Top Class Driving School - Driving Lessons Driving Schools Driving Instructors Gillingham Maidstone Gravesend Chatham Rochester Strood Sittingbourne Medway Sheerness

Passed 14th April Tiffany Smith

Passed 14th April Tiffany Smith

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Passed 12th April Ben Marhis of Sheerness

Passed 12th April Ben Marhis of Sheerness

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Passed 8th April Tammy Harding of Chatham

Passed 8th April Tammy Harding of Chatham

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Passed 8th April Hemideh Farakhipoor

Passed 8th April Hemideh Farakhipoor

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Passed 7th April Laura Bovis of Maidstone

Passed 7th April Laura Bovis of Maidstone

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Passed 4th April Scott Hemming of Maidstone

Passed 4th April Scott Hemming of Maidstone

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Passed 4th April Charlie Sargeant of Maidstone Kent

Passed 4th April Charlie Sargeant of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 1st April Lucy Bennett of Gillingham

Passed 1st April Lucy Bennett of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th March Mathew Westoby of Maidstone

Passed 30th March Mathew Westoby of Maidstone

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Passed Sophia Foffest of Gravesend

Passed Sophia Foffest of Gravesend

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Passed 29th March Lee Parker of Maidstone

Passed 29th March Lee Parker of Maidstone

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Passed sophie Carter of Gillingham

Passed sophie Carter of Gillingham

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Passed 22nd March Elana Christina Dumitru of Maidstone

Passed 22nd March Elana Christina Dumitru of Maidstone

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Passed 22nd March Ellie Holt of Gillingham Kent

Passed 22nd March Ellie Holt of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th March Ashliegh Quin of Sheerness

Passed 18th March Ashliegh Quin of Sheerness

1st Time pass...


Passed 14th March Kim newman of Chatham Kent

Passed 14th March Kim newman of Chatham  Kent

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Passed 9th March Oozy Hughes of Maidstone

Passed 9th March Oozy Hughes of Maidstone

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Passed 9th Sept Tyler Chibnal of Gillingham

Passed 9th Sept Tyler Chibnal of Gillingham

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Passed 9th March James Brice of gillingham

Passed 9th March James Brice of gillingham

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Passed 7th March Carla Bearman of Gillingham

Passed 7th March Carla Bearman of Gillingham

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Passed 4rh March Ryan Golding of Maidstone

Passed 4rh March Ryan Golding  of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd March Adam Panton of Gillingham

Passed 3rd March Adam Panton of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd March Kieron Cleaves of Gillingham

Passed 2nd March Kieron Cleaves of Gillingham

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Passed 2nd March Leona Hughes of Gillingham

Passed  2nd March Leona Hughes of Gillingham

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Passed 1st March Issy Maguire of Gillingham

Passed 1st March Issy Maguire of Gillingham

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Passed 25th February Ashley Lazenby of Gillingham

Passed 25th February Ashley Lazenby of Gillingham

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Passed 24th February Jordan Chapman of Sittingbourne

Passed 24th February Jordan Chapman of Sittingbourne

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd February Sophie Knight of Sheerness

Passed 23rd February Sophie Knight of Sheerness

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd February Fred vick Taylor of Gillingham

Passed 23rd February Fred vick Taylor of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th February Karina Sobolewska of Gillingham Kent

Passed 17th February Karina Sobolewska of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 16th February Millie Stevens of Maidstone

Passed 16th February Millie Stevens of Maidstone

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Passed 12th February Colin from Maidstone

Passed 12th February Colin from Maidstone

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Passed 10th February Tony Parr of Rochester

Passed 10th February Tony Parr of Rochester

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Passed 4th February Callum Powsey of Gillingham

Passed 4th February Callum Powsey of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd February Jane yongkal of Gillingham

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Passed 2nd February Deanne Woodcock of Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 2nd February Deanne Woodcock of Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 29th January Shaun Nelson of Maidstone

Passed 29th January Shaun Nelson of Maidstone

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Passed 27th January Emma Anscombe of Maidstone Kent

Passed 27th January Emma Anscombe of Maidstone Kent

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passed 25th January Megan d'rosario of Maidstone Kent

passed 25th January Megan d'rosario of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 22nd January Harriet Atkinson of Maidstone

Passed 22nd January Harriet Atkinson of Maidstone

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Passed 19th January Nicole Aldred of Chatham Kent

Passed 19th January Nicole Aldred of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 13rh January Victoria Dowdswell of strood Kent

Passed 13rh January Victoria Dowdswell of strood Kent

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Passed 13th January Tammy Johns of Gillingham

Passed 13th January Tammy Johns of Gillingham

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Passed 12th January Sheree Singh of Sittingbourne

Passed 12th January Sheree Singh of Sittingbourne

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Passed 12th January John Bonham of Gillingham Kent

Passed 12th January John Bonham of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 11th January Aidon Peters of Sittingbourne

Passed 11th January Aidon Peters of Sittingbourne

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Passed 5th January Christopher Curtis of Sittingbourne

Passed 5th January Christopher Curtis of Sittingbourne

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Passed 21st December Beki Miller of Gillingham

Passed 21st December Beki Miller of Gillingham

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Passed 10th December Fern Davis of Chatham

Passed 10th December Fern Davis of Chatham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th December Jamie Marshal of Chatham

Passed 9th December Jamie Marshal of Chatham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th of December Amy Baker of Sittingbourne

Passed 9th of December Amy Baker of Sittingbourne

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Passed 7th December Jessica Love of Gillingham Kent

Passed 7th December Jessica Love of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th December Caspian Smitherman Cairn of Maidstone Kent

Passed 4th December Caspian Smitherman Cairn of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th November Lauren Page of Maidstone

Passed 30th November Lauren Page of Maidstone

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Passed 26th November Mathew Fox of Maidstone

Passed 26th November Mathew Fox of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th November Khim Maya Gurun Rai

Passed 25th November Khim Maya Gurun Rai

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Passed 25th November Harley turner of Gillingham

Passed 25th November Harley turner of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passes 17th November Connor Mcauley of Maidstone

Passes 17th November Connor Mcauley of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th November Charlotte Bovis of Maidstone

Passed 16th November Charlotte Bovis of Maidstone

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Passed 12th November melissa Scott of Gillingham

Passed 12th November melissa Scott of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th of November Harry Law of Sittingbourne

Passed 5th of November Harry Law of Sittingbourne

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Passed 5th of November Jenene Smith of Maidstone

Passed 5th of November Jenene Smith of Maidstone

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Passed 5th of November Adam Chawner of Maidstone

Passed 5th of November Adam Chawner of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th of November Jodie Rogerson of Gillingham

Passed 5th of November Jodie Rogerson of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th of November Donna derbyshire of Gillingham

Passed 4th of November Donna derbyshire of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th of November Sabia Rahman of Chatham

Passed 4th of November Sabia Rahman of Chatham

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Passed 3rd of November Charlie Stock of Sheerness

Passed 3rd of November Charlie Stock of Sheerness

1st Time Pass...


Passed Wednesday 3rd of November Abbie Hayes of Chatham

Passed Wednesday 3rd of November Abbie Hayes of Chatham

1ST Time Pass...


Passes 31st October Michael Burton of Maidstone

Passes 31st October Michael Burton of Maidstone

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Passed 29th October Harry Bates of Maidstone

Passed 29th October  Harry Bates of Maidstone

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Passed 23rd October Jake downs of Sittingbourne

Passed 23rd October Jake downs of Sittingbourne

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Passed 23rd October catherine Lloyd of Strood

Passed 23rd October catherine Lloyd of Strood

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd October Nadia Zuccurello of gillingham

Passed 22nd October Nadia Zuccurello of gillingham

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Passed 22nd October Rikki of Gravesend

Passed 22nd October Rikki of Gravesend

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Passed 22nd October Sean Hawkins of Chatham

Passed 22nd October Sean Hawkins of Chatham

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Passed 22nd October Emily James of Sittingbourne

Passed 22nd October Emily James of Sittingbourne

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Passed 22nd of October Tauren Corsine of Gillingham

Passed 22nd of October Tauren Corsine of Gillingham

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Passed 21st Oct Harry Smallridge of Gillingham

Passed 21st Oct Harry Smallridge of Gillingham

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Passed 20th October Leanne Towart of Strood Kent

Passed 20th October Leanne Towart of Strood Kent

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Passed 17th October Danielle Singh of Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 17th October Danielle Singh of Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed Chloe Dior from Chatham

Passed Chloe Dior from Chatham

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Passed 13th October Liam Steers of Gillingham

Passed 13th October Liam Steers of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th October Scott Norwood of Rochester

Passed 9th October Scott Norwood of Rochester

1st Time Pass...


Passed 6th October Elizabeth Jordan of Rochester

Passed 6th October Elizabeth Jordan  of Rochester

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th October Hannah Wheeler of Gillingham

Passed 5th October Hannah Wheeler of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th October Nick scott of Gillingham

Passed 5th October Nick scott of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd October Daniella Mackie of Gillingham

Passed 3rd October Daniella Mackie of Gillingham

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Passed 3rd of October Luke Pashley of Chatham

Passed 3rd of October Luke Pashley of Chatham

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Passed 30th September jake downs of September

Passed 30th September jake downs of September

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Passed 29th September Amy Newbury of gravesend

Passed 29th September Amy Newbury of gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passes 29th September Sharna Hutchins of Chatham

Passes 29th September Sharna Hutchins of Chatham

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Passed 29th September Matt Webb of Chatham Kent

Passed 29th September Matt Webb of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 28th September chelsea leniham of Gillingham

Passed 28th September chelsea leniham of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passes 22nd September Charne Stevenson of Gillingham

Passes 22nd September Charne Stevenson of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th September Lauren Douglas of gillingham

Passed 19th September Lauren Douglas of gillingham

1st Time pass...


Passed 18th September Peter Putock of gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed shona calloghan of sittingbourne kent

Passed shona calloghan of sittingbourne kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th September Alison Bann Plockey of Rochester

Passed 18th September Alison Bann Plockey of Rochester

1st Time Pass...


passed 15th September Claire Trottier of Maidstone Kent

passed 15th September Claire Trottier of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 12th September Chris Geater of Gillingham

Passed 12th September Chris Geater of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th September Stephanie Tyrone Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th Sept Leanne Collins of Maidstone

Passed 9th Sept Leanne Collins of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th September Kathryn Pullen of Sheerness

Passed 9th September Kathryn Pullen of Sheerness

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Passed 9th Sept Tyler chibnal of Gillingham

Passed 9th Sept Tyler chibnal of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th Sept Rosalind Kelly Gravesend

Passed 7th Sept Rosalind Kelly Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th Sept Paul Taylor of Gillingham Kent

Passed 7th Sept Paul Taylor of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed thursday 3rd September Hayley Nelson of Gillingham Kent

Passed thursday 3rd September Hayley Nelson of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd September Peytern Green of Chatham Kent

Passed 2nd September Peytern Green of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 1st Sept Frazer Mclean of Maidstone

Passed 1st Sept Frazer Mclean of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 26th August Charlie Baily of Rochester

Passed 26th August Charlie Baily of Rochester

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th August Ellen Goodwin of Sheerness

Passed 27th August Ellen Goodwin of Sheerness

1st Time Pass...


Passed 26th August Pamela Cope of Rochester in Kent

Passed 26th August Pamela Cope of Rochester in Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th August Jodie Page of Gillingham Kent,

Passed 27th August Jodie Page of Gillingham Kent,

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th August Rebecca Delaney of Rochester

Passed 27th August Rebecca Delaney of Rochester

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Passed Alice Rose Gillingham Kent

Passed Alice Rose Gillingham Kent

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Passed Liam Neville of Gillingham Kent

Passed Liam Neville of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 26th August Michael Laniyam of Maidstone

Passed 26th August Michael Laniyam of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed William blake of Gillingham Kent

Passed William blake of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 26th August Surpreet Dhillin of Gillingham Kent

Passed 26th August Surpreet Dhillin of Gillingham Kent

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Passed Tasha Botting of Gillingham Kent

Passed Tasha Botting of Gillingham Kent

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Passed Dave Hunt of Chatham Kent

Passed Dave Hunt of Chatham Kent

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Passed 22nd August Gemma Johnson of Sittingbourne

Passed 22nd August Gemma Johnson of Sittingbourne

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Passed 21st August Connor Cleary Chatham Kent

Passed 21st August Connor Cleary Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th August Lenka indriliunas of Rochester Kent

Passed 20th August Lenka indriliunas of Rochester Kent

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Passed 18th August Daisy harper of Chatham Kent

Passed 18th August Daisy harper of Chatham Kent

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Passed 18th August Clare Taylor of Iwade Kent

Passed 18th August Clare Taylor of Iwade Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th August Alison Clarke of Gillingham Kent

Passed 17th August Alison Clarke of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 17th August Liam Went from Chatham Kent,

Passed 17th August Liam Went from Chatham Kent,

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Passed 17th August Kiera Butler of Rochester Kent

Passed 17th August Kiera Butler of Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th August Harry Basset of Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 11th August Harry Basset of Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed 6th August Michael Tyndall of Sittingbourne

Passed 6th August Michael Tyndall of Sittingbourne

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Passed 4th August Ben Carwardine of Gillingham Kent

Passed 4th August Ben Carwardine of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 5th August Dawn Fraser of Maidstone Kent

Passed 5th August Dawn Fraser of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd August Steve Norman of Gillingham Kent

Passed 3rd August Steve Norman of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 31st July Helen Miseur of Rochester Kent

Passed 31st July Helen Miseur of Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th July Kyle Hollands from Lordswood Chatham Kent

Passed 30th July Kyle Hollands from Lordswood Chatham Kent

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Passed 28th July Amy Abbotson of Strood Kent

Passed 28th July Amy Abbotson of Strood Kent

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Passed 27th July Laura Spooner of Rochester Kent

Passed 27th July Laura Spooner of Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th July George Homewood of Sheerness

Passed 24th July George Homewood of Sheerness

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th July Sarah Kramer of Gillingham Kent

Passed 24th July Sarah Kramer of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd July Lia Hambly of Maidstone

Passed 23rd July Lia Hambly of Maidstone

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Passed 22nd July Katherine Kelly of Gravesend

Passed 22nd July Katherine Kelly of Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st July Jay Stotthart of Maidstone Kent

 Passed 21st July Jay Stotthart of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 20th July Anthony Gillingham from Chatham Kent

Passed 20th July  Anthony Gillingham  from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th July Hannah Inkpen of Gillingham Kent

Passed 20th July Hannah Inkpen of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th July Lauren Lacey of Gillingham Kent

Passed 18th July Lauren Lacey  of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th July Daisy Gethen of Rochester Kent

Passed 18th July Daisy Gethen of Rochester Kent

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Passed 15th July Maddie Corse Maidstone

Passed 15th July Maddie Corse Maidstone

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Passed 13th July Lucy Xui of Rochester

Passed 13th July Lucy Xui of Rochester

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Passed 13th July Georgina Longley of Maidstone Kent

Passed 13th July Georgina Longley of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 7th July Inshal mesiya of Canterbury

Passed 7th July Inshal mesiya of Canterbury

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Passed 10th July Elaine Kemp of Maidstone Kent

Passed 10th July Elaine Kemp of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 9th July Aimee McIntyre from Chatham Kent

Passed 9th July Aimee McIntyre  from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th July Pheobe danvers of Maidstone

Passed 9th July Pheobe danvers of Maidstone

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Passed 7th July Katy Etches of Rochester

Passed 7th July Katy Etches of Rochester

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Passed 6th July John Langley of Rochester Kent

Passed 6th July John Langley of Rochester Kent

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Passed 4th JulyDjamila Eccleston of Bapchild Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 4th JulyDjamila Eccleston of Bapchild Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed 29th June Nagendra Kumar Rai of Maidstone Kent

Passed 29th June Nagendra Kumar Rai of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 27th June Charlotte Jeffery of Rochester Kent

Passed 27th June Charlotte Jeffery of Rochester Kent

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Passed 1st July Jack Cawe of Chatham Kent

Passed 1st July Jack Cawe of Chatham Kent

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Passed 26th June Neah Patel Gravesend

Passed 26th June Neah Patel Gravesend

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Passed 25th June William King Chatham Kent

Passed 25th June William King Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th June Aron Ongley of Chatham

Passed 25th June Aron Ongley of Chatham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th June Bolaji olapade ( jay) from Chatham Kent

Passed 20th June Bolaji olapade ( jay)  from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th June Shanice Lipscombe of Rochester

Passed 30th June Shanice Lipscombe of Rochester

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th June Alex Licence of Maidstone

Passed 18th June Alex Licence of Maidstone

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Passed 17th June Charlie Turl of Chatham

Passed 17th June Charlie Turl of Chatham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th June Catherine Nash of Maidstone

Passed 16th June Catherine Nash of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th June Claire Norris of Chatham

Passed 12th June Claire Norris of Chatham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th June Jay Rheingeld from Chatham Kent,

Passed 16th June Jay Rheingeld from Chatham Kent,

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th June Sian Lloyd of Sittingbourne

Passed 11th June Sian Lloyd of Sittingbourne

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Passed 18th June Lewis Waller of Maidstone

Passed 18th June Lewis Waller of Maidstone

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Passed 5th June Justin Bryant of Gillingham

Passed 5th June Justin Bryant of Gillingham

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Passed 12th June Anne Cordner of strood

Passed 12th June Anne Cordner of strood

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Passed 27th May Joe hartland of Gillingham

Passed 27th May Joe hartland of Gillingham

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 4th June Max Saudelli of Rochester

Passed 4th June Max Saudelli of Rochester

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Passed 27th May Emily Milligan of Strood

Passed 27th May Emily Milligan of Strood

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 6th June Georgina Willingale of Gravesend

Passed 6th June Georgina Willingale of Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th May Dionne Gower of Maidstone

Passed 20th May Dionne Gower of Maidstone

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 18th May Lucy Boardman of Gillingham

Passed 18th May Lucy Boardman of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th May Ashley Young of Gravesend

Passed 18th May Ashley Young of Gravesend

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 12th May Helen Clarke of Maidstone

Passed 12th May Helen Clarke of Maidstone

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Passed 16th May Hollie Snell of Gillingham

Passed 16th May Hollie Snell of Gillingham

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 29th May Emma Webberley of Maidstone

Passed 29th May Emma Webberley of Maidstone

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 29th April Daniel gibbons

Passed 29th April Daniel gibbons

1st Time Pass...


Passed 13th May Selina Lebrette of Maidstone

Passed 13th May Selina Lebrette of Maidstone

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Passed 26th May Liam Feekings of Gillingham

Passed 26th May Liam Feekings of Gillingham

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Passed 27th April Molly Compton of Gillingham Kent

Passed 27th April Molly Compton of Gillingham Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 25th April Nathan Lee of Gillingham Kent

Passed 25th April Nathan Lee of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 24th April Cristina Viggers of Sheerness

Passed 24th April Cristina Viggers of Sheerness

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th april jenny Whiting of Strood Kent

Passed 17th april jenny Whiting  of Strood Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd April Adam bucklee of Gillingham Kent

Passed 23rd April Adam bucklee of Gillingham Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 16th April Stephanie Beevis of Maidstone

Passed 16th April Stephanie Beevis of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd April Sarah Dale of Rochester

Passed 22nd April Sarah Dale of Rochester

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 12th May Chelsea Raven of Gillingham Kent

Passed 12th May Chelsea Raven of Gillingham Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 16th April Franchesca Picciola of Gravesend

Passed 16th April Franchesca Picciola of Gravesend

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 22nd April Sophie Parish of Maidstone

Passed 22nd April Sophie Parish of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th April Becky Sales of Gillingham Kent

Passed 20th April Becky Sales of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 10th April James Inkpen Gillingham Kent

Passed 10th April James Inkpen Gillingham Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 8th April Shontelle addelise Gillingham Kent

Passed 8th April Shontelle addelise Gillingham Kent

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Passed Kiera Mathews of Canterbury

Passed Kiera Mathews of Canterbury

1ST Time Pass...


Passed Natalia Green Of Canterbury

Passed Natalia Green Of Canterbury

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Passed 2nd April Jo Szatkowska from Lordswood Chatham Kent

Passed 2nd April Jo Szatkowska  from Lordswood Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th April adam Robinson Gravesend

Passed 4th April adam Robinson Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th April Chelsea Haigh Iwade Kent

Passed 4th April Chelsea Haigh Iwade Kent

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Passed 1st April Oliver Van Gent of Faversham Kent

Passed 1st April Oliver Van Gent of Faversham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd March Ross Evans of Chatham Kent

Passed 23rd March Ross Evans of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th March Laura Shiner Rochester Kent

Passed 17th March Laura Shiner Rochester Kent

1st time Pass...


Passed 13th March Cameron Muir of Maidstone Kent

Passed 13th March Cameron Muir of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 18th March Keeley Mace of Maidstone Kent

Passed 18th March Keeley Mace of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 6th March Jack Faulkner Sheerness Kent

Passed 6th March Jack Faulkner Sheerness Kent

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Passed 5th March Jess Blake of Rainham Gillingham Kent

Passed 5th March Jess Blake of Rainham Gillingham Kent

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Pased 17th March Chloe Slack Of Canterbury Kent

Pased 17th March Chloe Slack Of Canterbury Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th April Alexandra Boradina Gillingham Kent

Passed 11th April Alexandra Boradina Gillingham Kent

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Passed 28th February Hannah Silk from Queenborough Sheerness

Passed 28th February Hannah Silk from Queenborough Sheerness

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 31st March samantha phipps Gillingham

Passed 31st March samantha phipps Gillingham

1st Time Pas...


Passed 20th March Jack Self Gravesend

Passed 20th March Jack Self Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th March Georgey Ablett of Chatham Kent,

Passed 17th March Georgey Ablett of Chatham Kent,

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th March Summer Richards strood

Passed 10th March Summer Richards strood

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Passed 4th March Charlotte Golightly Gillingham Kent

Passed 4th March Charlotte Golightly Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd February Megan Bowman of Rainham in Medway

Passed 23rd February Megan Bowman of Rainham in Medway

1st Time Pass...


Passed 26th February Emily Atkinson Chatham Kent

Passed 26th February Emily Atkinson Chatham Kent

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Passed 30th March Ella Johnson Chatham Kent

Passed 30th March Ella Johnson Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 26th February Lyndsey Young of Rochester Kent,

Passed 26th February Lyndsey Young of Rochester Kent,

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Passed 26th February Clifford Soyinka of Chatham Kent

Passed 26th February Clifford Soyinka of Chatham Kent

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Passed 24th February Jade Galliers of Maidstone

Passed 24th February Jade Galliers of Maidstone

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Passed 10th February Robert Hunt Gillingham Kent

Passed 10th February Robert Hunt Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd February Simon Parker Gillingham Kent

Passed 3rd February Simon Parker Gillingham Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 5th February Sophia Sidwell of Maidstone Kent

Passed 5th February Sophia Sidwell of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 27th January Katy Baker of Sittingbourne

Passed 27th January Katy Baker of Sittingbourne

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th February Maria Dowset of Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th February Maria Dowset of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd January Kirsten Parkes Medway

Passed 22nd January Kirsten Parkes Medway

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Passed 12th February Sally Cazaly Gillingham Kent

Passed  12th February Sally Cazaly Gillingham Kent

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Passed 29th January Luke Soames Gillingham Kent

Passed 29th January Luke Soames Gillingham Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 15th January Diane Dawkins of Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 15th January Diane Dawkins of Sittingbourne Kent

Driving Lessons Sittingbourne 1st Time pass...


Passed 14th January James Williams of Chatham Kent

Passed 14th January James Williams of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th of February Mathews rose

Passed 19th of February Mathews rose

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd February Steve Williams of Medway

Passed 23rd February Steve Williams of Medway

1st Time Pass...


Passed 6th January, Claire Springett of Gillingham, Kent

Passed 6th January, Claire Springett of Gillingham, Kent

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Passed 5th January Declan mcdermid from Maidstone Kent

Passed 5th January Declan mcdermid from Maidstone Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 2nd February Doug Adams of Canterbury

Passed 2nd February Doug Adams of Canterbury

1st Time Pass...


Passed 31st December Andrew Thomas from Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 31st December Andrew Thomas from Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed 7th January Bethany Austin of Gillingham Kent

Passed 7th January Bethany Austin of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 13th January Abbie Philips of Gillingham

Passed 13th January Abbie Philips of Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th December Ben Edwards from Queenborough Sheerness

Passed 19th December Ben Edwards from Queenborough Sheerness

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passed 8th January Rachel le roux of Maidstone

passed 8th January Rachel le roux of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th December Hannah Catton from Faversham Kent

Passed 16th December Hannah Catton from Faversham Kent

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Passed 15th December Gavin Burch of Gillingham Kent

Passed 15th December Gavin Burch of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th December Amy Hopkins Rochester Kent

Passed 4th December Amy Hopkins Rochester Kent

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Passed 8th December Jessica Woods of Maidstone Kent,

Passed 8th December Jessica Woods of Maidstone Kent,

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Passed 20th November Patrick Nyanzi of Maidstone Kent

Passed 20th November Patrick Nyanzi of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 26th of November Charley Nightingale Chatham Kent

Passed 26th of November Charley Nightingale Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd November Susan armstrong of Maidstone Kent

Passed 22nd November Susan armstrong of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 19th November Toni Pordage Gravesend Kent

Passed 19th November Toni Pordage Gravesend Kent

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Passed 18th November Lorraine Foley from Gillingham Kent

 Passed 18th November Lorraine Foley from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th November Luke Gould of Maidstone Kent

Passed 20th November Luke Gould of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th November Dr Arshad Bhat Gillingfham Kent

Passed 7th November Dr Arshad Bhat Gillingfham Kent

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Passed 21st November Sasha Jenkins Gillingham Kent

Passed 21st November Sasha Jenkins Gillingham Kent

ist Time Pass...


Passed 2nd December Kieron Whiffen of Maidstone Kent

Passed 2nd December Kieron Whiffen of Maidstone Kent

1st time pass...


Passed 5th November Craig Tyler Gillingham Kent

Passed 5th November Craig Tyler Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th November Charley Purssey from Rochester Kent

Passed 12th November Charley Purssey from Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th November Zac jeffrey from kings hill Maidstone

 Passed 11th November Zac jeffrey from kings hill Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd November Natalie Smith Gillingham

Passed 3rd November Natalie Smith Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th Novbember Skye Felix from Gillingham

 Passed 25th Novbember Skye Felix from Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th October Ellie Still Gillingham Kent

Passed 30th October Ellie Still Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th November Stacey Jordan From Sittingbourne

Passed 4th November Stacey Jordan From Sittingbourne

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th October Gemma Tilley from Chatham Kent

Passed 30th October Gemma Tilley from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th November Emma Brazier Chatham Kent

Passed 11th November Emma Brazier Chatham Kent

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Passed 23rd October Jessica Othen of Maidstone

Passed 23rd October Jessica Othen of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th November Emma Tate from Maidstone

 Passed 4th November Emma Tate from Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 29th October Aron chattha of Gravesend

Passed 29th October Aron chattha of Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st October Dom Drury of Sheerness Kent

Passed 21st October Dom Drury of Sheerness Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th October Victor Louis p chatenay from Canterbury Kent

Passed 27th October Victor Louis p chatenay from Canterbury Kent

1ST Time Pass...


Passed 20th October Sadye chandler of Maidstone

Passed 20th October Sadye chandler of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st October Anna Barnden of Maidstone Kent

Passed 21st October Anna Barnden of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st October Harriet Rose from Chatham Kent

Passed 21st October Harriet Rose from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th October Ati Nasrollahi from Rochester Kent

Passed 25th October Ati Nasrollahi from Rochester Kent

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Passed 10th October Vicky Light of Chatham Kent

Passed 10th October Vicky Light of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th October David Saunders of Gravesend

Passed 10th October David Saunders of Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th October Amy Tilley of Chatham Kent

Passed 9th October Amy Tilley of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th October Daniel Fiveash of Chatham Kent

Passed 8th October Daniel Fiveash of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd October Cameron Farmer of Maidstone Kent

Passed 2nd October Cameron Farmer of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 29th September Niythia Sanbandam of Maidstone

Passed 29th September Niythia Sanbandam of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 29th September Claire Elliott of Maidstone

Passed 29th September Claire Elliott of Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd October Anuj Patel of Gillingham Kent

Passed 2nd October Anuj Patel of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th September Carmela Friedman of Yalding Maidstone

Passed 30th September Carmela Friedman of Yalding Maidstone

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th October Danielle Coe from Rochester Kent

Passed 8th October Danielle Coe from Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th September Jorge Bird of Gillingham Kent

Passed 25th September Jorge Bird of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th September Mandeep Singh Chatham Kent

Passed 24th September Mandeep Singh Chatham Kent

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Passed 27th September Juunun (Jay) Khan from Chatham Kent

Passed 27th September Juunun (Jay) Khan from Chatham Kent

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Passed 24th September Holly Bendalack of Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 24th September Holly Bendalack of Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd september Laura Howe of Strood Kent

Passed 22nd september Laura Howe of Strood Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd September Jason Watson Maidstone Kent

Passed 22nd September Jason Watson Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 1st October Katie Bill of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 1st October Katie Bill of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th September Deepthi of Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th September Deepthi of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd September Bex Tilley from Chatham Kent

Passed 22nd September Bex Tilley from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th September Carly Page of Gillingham Kent

Passed 18th September Carly Page of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th September Leanne Last from Chatham Kent

Passed 12th September Leanne Last from Chatham Kent

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Passed 12th September nicola Dent Maidstone kent

Passed 12th September nicola Dent Maidstone kent

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Passed 24th September John Stewart of Maidstone Kent

Passed 24th September John Stewart of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th September Rhanna Kelso of Gillingham Kent

Passed 10th September Rhanna Kelso of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th July Urvashi suddul from

Passed 9th July Urvashi suddul from

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Passed 17th September Charlie Randell Gillingham Kent

Passed 17th September Charlie Randell Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th September Chloe Eaton from Sheerness Kent

Passed 16th September Chloe Eaton from Sheerness Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd September Rebecca Potts from Chatham Kent

Passed 2nd September Rebecca Potts from Chatham Kent

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Passed 1st September Rio Eaglestone Faversham

Passed 1st September Rio Eaglestone Faversham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 1st September Chi Malawi of Rochester Kent

Passed 1st September Chi Malawi of Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th September Alex Netea of West Peckham Maidstone Kent

Passed 5th September Alex Netea of West Peckham Maidstone Kent

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Passed 26th August Alan Gilbert of Gillingham Kent

Passed 26th August Alan Gilbert of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th August Lauren Mandry of Gillingham Kent

Passed 27th August Lauren Mandry of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 21st August Beckie Donnelly of Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 21st August Beckie Donnelly of Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd August Sabin Lawati Chatham Kent

Passed 23rd August Sabin Lawati Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th August Ali Roberts of Gillingham Kent

Passed 20th August Ali Roberts of Gillingham Kent

1st Tme pass...


Passed 29th August Chris Hogben from Chatham Kent

Passed 29th August Chris Hogben from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th August Daniella Bates of Gravesend

Passed 19th August Daniella Bates of Gravesend

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th August Reece Roberts Cillia of Maidstone Kent

Passed 18th August Reece Roberts Cillia of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 12th August Robin Wickham of Rainham Kent

Passed 12th August Robin Wickham of Rainham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th August Sophie Body of Maidstone Kent

Passed 18th August Sophie Body of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 25th July Alice Baldwin of Gillingham Kent

Passed 25th July Alice Baldwin of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th July Lucy Climpson from Gillingham Kent

Passed 24th July Lucy Climpson from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th August Felicity Margetson of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 12th August Felicity Margetson of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th July Vicky Palmer of Rochester Kent

Passed 16th July Vicky Palmer of Rochester Kent

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Passed 4th August Claire Gooderman of Maidstone Kent

Passed 4th August Claire Gooderman of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th July Emaleigh carolann Read from Gillingham Kent

Passed 16th July Emaleigh carolann Read from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th August Jay Wilson from Rainham Kent

Passed 5th August Jay Wilson from Rainham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th July Baodele aiaya of Maidstone Kent

Passed 16th July  Baodele aiaya of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th July Shamel Hussain Mani of Maidstone Kent

Passed 12th July Shamel Hussain Mani of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th July Ben from Gillingham Kent

 Passed 18th July Ben from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th July Pualius zuitia of Maidstone Kent

Passed 12th July Pualius zuitia of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th July Yusaf Karaoglan of Maidstone Kent

Passed 10th July Yusaf Karaoglan of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th July Ingrida Bickauskaite of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 16th July Ingrida Bickauskaite of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th July Kamo Adejuno of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 8th July Kamo Adejuno of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th June Saikrishna Karanam from Bromley Kent

Passed 30th June Saikrishna Karanam from Bromley Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st July Emily Warren from Rainham Kent

Passed 21st July Emily Warren from Rainham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 29th July Kay Lowrie from Gillingham Kent

Passed 29th July Kay Lowrie from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd june Matt Bloor from Gillingham Kent

Passed 23rd june Matt Bloor from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 1st July Dharanhi of Rainham Gillingham Kent

Passed 1st July Dharanhi of Rainham Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th June Jessica Moreton of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 18th June Jessica Moreton of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 1st July Connor Carpenter of Gillingham Kent

Passed 1st July Connor Carpenter of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th July Kwame Yeboa from Paris France

Passed 10th July Kwame Yeboa from Paris France

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th July Georgina Atkins of Maidstone Kent

Passed 12th July Georgina Atkins of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th June Zoe Keat from Chatham Kent

Passed 30th June Zoe Keat from Chatham Kent

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Passed 7th July Gemma Summers of Maidstone Kent

Passed 7th July Gemma Summers of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th July Robert Montgomery of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 8th July Robert Montgomery of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th June Chloe Jeffries from Gillingham Kent

Passed 30th June Chloe Jeffries from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th July Robert Szabo of Maidstone Kent

Passed 7th July Robert Szabo of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st June Michael warren of Maidstone Kent

Passed 21st June Michael warren of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th June Elizabeth Glass from Herne Bay Kent

Passed 16th June Elizabeth Glass from Herne Bay Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th June Nikola Wojciechowska of Sheerness

Passed 17th June Nikola Wojciechowska of Sheerness

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th June Hannah Firmin from Chatham Kent

Passed 18th June Hannah Firmin from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th June Paige Halsey of Strood Kent

Passed 17th June Paige Halsey of Strood Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th June Ashley Fissenden of Maidstone Kent

Passed 16th June Ashley Fissenden of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd May Aaron Leggit from Chatham Kent

Passed 2nd May Aaron Leggit from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th June Abbie Williamson from Chatham Kent

Passed 16th June Abbie Williamson from Chatham Kent

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Passed 28th May Hannah from Gillingham

Passed 28th May Hannah from Gillingham

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd June sonny Penfold Maidstone Kent

Passed 2nd June sonny Penfold Maidstone Kent

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Passed 3rd June Kieran O'Shea Rochester Kent

Passed 3rd June Kieran O'Shea Rochester Kent

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Passed 23rd May David Jenkins Sheerness Kent

Passed 23rd May David Jenkins Sheerness Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th June Daniel Abrams of Rochester Kent

Passed 16th June Daniel Abrams of Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th June Katie Mayne from Gillingham Kent

Passed 9th June Katie Mayne from Gillingham Kent

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Passed 17th June Stephen Fishman from Gillingham Kent

Passed 17th June Stephen Fishman from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th June Grant Butler Rochester Kent

Passed 5th June Grant Butler Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th May Elliott Essex Aggett from Sittingbourne

Passed 19th May Elliott Essex Aggett from Sittingbourne

1st Time Pass...


Passed 22nd May Jack Hutchinson from Gillingham Kent

Passed 22nd May Jack Hutchinson from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st May Nadar Jafari, Maidstone Kent

Passed 21st May Nadar Jafari, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


passed 30th June ronnie sullivan from whitstable Kent

passed 30th June ronnie sullivan from whitstable Kent

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passed 27th May Lauren Trabucchi

passed 27th May Lauren Trabucchi

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd May Mitchell Greagsby from Chatham Kent

Passed 23rd May Mitchell Greagsby from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 15th May Jay Dunne, Gillingham Kent

Passed 15th May Jay Dunne, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd May Stacey Hackworth, Gillingham Kent

Passed 23rd May Stacey Hackworth, Gillingham Kent

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Passed 1st July, Toni Bruce of Strood Kent

Passed 1st July, Toni Bruce of Strood Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th May Mehmet Arslan of Maidstone Kent

Passed 20th May Mehmet Arslan of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st May Hayley Bowes, Gillingham Kent

Passed 21st May Hayley Bowes, Gillingham Kent

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Passed 19th May Mark Kelly, Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th May Mark Kelly, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 16th May Connor Bladon, Gillingham Kent

Passed 16th May Connor Bladon, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Paassed 15th May Charlie beadle, Chatham Kent

Paassed 15th May Charlie beadle, Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th May Jude Roberts, Gravesend Kent

Passed 19th May Jude Roberts, Gravesend Kent

1st Time Pass...


passed 23rd May Katie Climpson Chatham Kent

passed 23rd May Katie Climpson Chatham Kent

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Passed 13th MayJames Walker from Gillingham Kent

Passed 13th MayJames Walker from Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


passed 8th May Ryan, Gillingham Kent

passed 8th May Ryan, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd May Kristina Basset of Gillingham Kent

Passed 2nd May Kristina Basset of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th May Suman Dhiman of Rainham Gillingham Kent

Passed 20th May Suman Dhiman of Rainham Gillingham Kent

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Passed 14th May Lauren Bear of Gillingham Kent

Passed 14th May Lauren Bear of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th April Dayna Godden of Strood Kent

Passed 25th April Dayna Godden of Strood Kent

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Passed 13th May Sacha Harris of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 13th May  Sacha Harris of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 28th April Sidhartu limbu of Gillingham Kent/

Passed 28th April Sidhartu limbu of Gillingham Kent/

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th May Josh from Sittingbourne

Passed 8th May Josh from Sittingbourne

1st Time Pass...


Passed 14th May Mitchel Bright, Maidstone Kent

Passed 14th May Mitchel Bright, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 23rd April Stacey Fuller, Strood Kent

Passed 23rd April Stacey Fuller, Strood Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th April Zoe Orrow, Canterbury Kent

Passed 8th April Zoe Orrow, Canterbury Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 30th April Ellis Hales from Iwade Sittingbourne

Passed 30th April Ellis Hales from Iwade Sittingbourne

1st Time Pass...


Passed 15th April Chloe Holton, Maidstone Kent

Passed 15th April Chloe Holton, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd May Nicola Adams, Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 2nd May Nicola Adams, Sittingbourne Kent

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passed 25th April Patrick Irland, Faversham Kent

passed 25th April Patrick Irland, Faversham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th April HollyTamsett Smith, Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th April HollyTamsett Smith, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th May Ashleigh Aldridge from Chatham Kent

Passed 8th May Ashleigh Aldridge from Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passes 8th April Rinalds Gerinovics of Gillingham Kent

Passes 8th April Rinalds Gerinovics of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 12th May Tom Holden, Canterbury Kent

Passed 12th May Tom Holden, Canterbury Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd April,Aminah Nadim, Gillingham Kent

Passed 3rd April,Aminah Nadim, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th April Nicole Wilson of Gillingham Kent

Passed 24th April Nicole Wilson of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 26th April Marius Tocacui, Maidstone Kent

Passed 26th April Marius Tocacui, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 8th April Sam Rogers, Gillingham Kent

Passed 8th April Sam Rogers, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd April Paul Sherwood Rochester Kent

Passed 2nd April Paul Sherwood Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th April Colin Rixon of Gillingham Kent

Passed 10th April Colin Rixon  of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 14th April Del Hassett Gillingham Kent

Passed 14th April Del Hassett Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 10th April Hazem Attia of Ipswich Suffolk

 Passed 10th April Hazem Attia  of Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


passed 1st april Jack Lee, Maidstone Kent

passed 1st april Jack Lee, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th April Mike Hartley of Maidstone Kent

Passed 7th April Mike Hartley of Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th March Emma Simmons, Gillingham Kent

Passed 24th March Emma Simmons, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th March Emma Holmes, Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 27th March Emma Holmes, Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 28th March Dhammarie Benjamin, Orpington Kent

Passed 28th March Dhammarie Benjamin, Orpington Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd April Amy Bryant, Gillingham Kent

Passed 2nd April Amy Bryant, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd April Taylor Kelly of Gillingham Kent

Passed 3rd April Taylor Kelly of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 8th April Sharna Stil Gillingham Kent

Passed 8th April Sharna Stil Gillingham Kent

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Passed 24th March Jack Bryant, Maidstone Kent

Passed 24th March Jack Bryant, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th April Aimee Cutting, Canterbury Kent

Passed 7th April Aimee Cutting, Canterbury Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th March, Andy Wenzel Orpington Kent

Passed 27th March, Andy Wenzel Orpington Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 27th March Tracey Monohan, Chatham Kent

Passed 27th March Tracey Monohan, Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 2nd April James Spurrier, Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 2nd April James Spurrier, Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st March Thomas Haines of Gravesend Kent

Passed 21st March Thomas Haines of Gravesend Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 4th April Glen Angel, Chatham Kent

Passed 4th April Glen Angel, Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th March Josephine Kier, Canterbury Kent

Passed 25th March Josephine Kier, Canterbury Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th March Leah Ayinde, Chatham Kent

Passed 17th March Leah Ayinde, Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th March Laura Colguhoun of Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th March Laura Colguhoun of Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th March Jamie Pope Gillingham Kent

Passed 24th March Jamie Pope Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th March Chloe From Chatham Kent

Passed 11th March Chloe From Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th March Rhea Baker, Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th March Rhea Baker, Gillingham Kent

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Passed 19th March Kate Arnold, Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th March Kate Arnold, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th March, Lewis of Gillingham Kent

Passed 20th March, Lewis of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 27th March Nita Limbu, Maidstone Kent

Passed 27th March Nita Limbu, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th March Jordan Proyer, Maidstone Kent

Passed 17th March Jordan Proyer, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 13th March Rebescca Jordan from Faversham Kent

Passed 13th March Rebescca Jordan from Faversham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th March Ankit Sachdeva, Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 7th March Ankit Sachdeva, Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 6th March Ricky Grosvenor, Rochester Kent

Passed 6th March Ricky Grosvenor, Rochester Kent

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Passed 17th March Emily Wakelen, Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 17th March Emily Wakelen, Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 19th March Laura High, Gillingham Kent

Passed 19th March Laura High, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd March Shelby Blundell, Gillingham Kent

Passed 3rd March Shelby Blundell, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 5th March Swayze Whale, Gillingham Kent

Passed 5th March Swayze Whale, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 11th March Laura East, Herne Bay Kent

Passed 11th March Laura East, Herne Bay Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 25th February Sam Brice Gillingham Kent

Passed 25th February Sam Brice Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 24th February Holli Lindsay Gillingham Kent

Passed 24th February Holli Lindsay Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st february Edwin Russell Gillingham Kent

Passed 21st february Edwin Russell Gillingham Kent

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Passed 17th February Kieran mackle Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 17th February Kieran mackle Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 20th February Jenny Brown Gillingham Kent

Passed 20th February Jenny Brown Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd March Elly Kidman, Maidstone Kent

Passed 3rd March Elly Kidman, Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 21st February Colin Gooders, Gillingham Kent

Passed  21st February Colin Gooders, Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 17th February Jamie Shearer Gillingham Kent

Passed 17th February Jamie Shearer Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th February Preeti Whaid Gravesend

Passed 18th February Preeti Whaid Gravesend

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Passed 11th February Nathan from Gillingham Kent

Passed 11th February Nathan from Gillingham Kent

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Passed 11th February Jackie Still Rochester Kent

Passed 11th February Jackie Still Rochester Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th February Amber Cavanagh Gillingham Kent

Passed 7th February Amber Cavanagh Gillingham Kent

1st Time pass...


Passed 7th February Alexander Todd Gillingham Kent

Passed 7th February Alexander Todd Gillingham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th February Tristham Jackson Maidstone Kent

Passed 7th February Tristham Jackson Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 12th FebruaryHossain Ibranhimi Gillingham Kent,

Passed 12th FebruaryHossain Ibranhimi Gillingham Kent,

1st Time pass...


Passed 7th February Kerry Neale Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 7th February Kerry Neale Sittingbourne Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th February Natasha Stafferi Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 7th February Natasha Stafferi Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 7th February Ben Arnold Chatham Kent

Passed 7th February Ben Arnold Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd February Tilly of Chatham Kent

Passed 3rd February Tilly of Chatham Kent

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Passed 6th February Deana Outram Gillingham Kent

Passed 6th February Deana Outram Gillingham Kent

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Passed 3rd February Sophie Allen Gillingham Kent

Passed 3rd February Sophie Allen Gillingham Kent

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Passed 23rd January Aimee Webb Gillingham Kent

Passed 23rd January Aimee Webb Gillingham Kent

1st time Pass...


Passed 21st January Connor Telford Sheerness Kent

Passed 21st January Connor Telford Sheerness Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 3rd February Rachel Payne Chatham Kent

Passed 3rd February Rachel Payne Chatham Kent

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Passed 9th January Molly Chapple Maidstone Kent

Passed 9th January Molly Chapple Maidstone Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 9th January Karl Hall Gillingham Kent

Passed 9th January Karl Hall Gillingham Kent

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Passed 15th January Hannah WestobyMaidstone Kent

Passed 15th January Hannah WestobyMaidstone Kent

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Passed 23rd December Sadiya Ahmed Chatham Kent

Passed 23rd December Sadiya Ahmed Chatham Kent

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Passed 2nd January Jasmine of Chatham Kent

Passed 2nd January Jasmine of Chatham Kent

1st Time Pass...


Passed 18th December Nathaniel Monksville Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 18th December Nathaniel Monksville Ipswich Suffolk

1st Time Pass...


Passed 13th December Callum Braund Ipswich Suffolf

Passed 13th December Callum Braund Ipswich Suffolf

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Passed 12th December Celeste Bishop Gillingham Kent

Passed 12th December Celeste Bishop Gillingham Kent

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Passed 11th December Nicky Chapman Maidstone Kent

Passed 11th December Nicky Chapman Maidstone Kent

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Passed 17th December Adam Everest Chatham Kent

Passed 17th December Adam Everest Chatham Kent

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Passed 13th December Jessica Bowden Maidstone Kent

Passed 13th December Jessica Bowden Maidstone Kent

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Passed 12th December Carly Bell Maidstone Kent

Passed 12th December Carly Bell Maidstone Kent

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Passed 11th December Charlotte Wells Chatham Kent

Passed 11th December Charlotte Wells Chatham Kent

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Passed 9th December Luke O boyle Maidstone Kent

Passed 9th December Luke O boyle Maidstone Kent

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Passed 12th December Oliver Jaynes Faversham Kent

Passed 12th December Oliver Jaynes Faversham Kent

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Passed 9th December Louis of Strood Kent

Passed 9th December Louis of Strood Kent

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Passed 5th December Graham Davies Rochester Kent

Passed 5th December Graham Davies Rochester Kent

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Passed 28th November Kai Bucknor Rainham Kent

Passed 28th November Kai Bucknor Rainham Kent

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Passed 28th November Alexander Arnold Maidstone Kent

Passed 28th November Alexander Arnold Maidstone Kent

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Passed 6th December Jay French Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 6th December Jay French Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed 20th November Gemma Wilson Maidstone Kent

Passed 20th November Gemma Wilson Maidstone Kent

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Passed 14th November Amber Harrison Maidstone Kent

Passed 14th November Amber Harrison Maidstone Kent

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Passed 12th November Anil Strood Kent

Passed 12th November Anil Strood Kent

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passed 21st November Natalie Banks Sheerness Kent

passed 21st November Natalie Banks Sheerness Kent

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Passed 11th November Christian Rainham Kent

Passed 11th November Christian Rainham Kent

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Passed 8th November Naomi Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 8th November Naomi Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed 7th Lewis Leeming Gillingham Kent

Passed 7th Lewis Leeming Gillingham Kent

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Passed 8th November Zara Turvey Gillingham Kent

Passed 8th November Zara Turvey Gillingham Kent

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Passed 4th December Fern Teather of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 4th December  Fern Teather of Ipswich Suffolk

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Passed 5th November Ben Sullivan Strood Kent

Passed 5th November Ben Sullivan Strood Kent

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Passed 5th November Chel;sey Naife Chatham Kent

Passed 5th November Chel;sey Naife Chatham Kent

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Passed 1st November helena Moon Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 1st November helena Moon Ipswich Suffolk

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Passed 1st November Greg Chambers Maidstone

Passed 1st November Greg Chambers Maidstone

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Passed 31st October Chris Salter Sittingbourne Kent

Passed 31st October Chris Salter Sittingbourne Kent

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Passed 29th October Casey Perry Gillingham Kent

Passed 29th October Casey Perry Gillingham Kent

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Passed 29th October Chris Jean piere Gillingham Kent

Passed 29th October Chris Jean piere Gillingham Kent

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Passed 25th October Mellissa martinghetti Maidstone Kent

Passed 25th October Mellissa martinghetti Maidstone Kent

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Passed 28th October Gemma Connelly Sittingbourne

Passed 28th October Gemma Connelly Sittingbourne

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Passed 21st October Hayley Collins of Maidstone Kent

Passed 21st October Hayley Collins of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 14th October Penny monygomery of Gillingham

Passed 14th October Penny monygomery of Gillingham

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Passed 15th October Emma of Gillingham Kent

Passed 15th October Emma of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 11th October Egzon of Rochester Kent

Passed 11th October Egzon of Rochester Kent

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Passed 9th October Daniel Philips of Maidstone Kent

Passed 9th October Daniel Philips of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 8th October Karis Kayode of Gravesend Kent

Passed 8th October Karis Kayode of Gravesend Kent

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Passed 3rd October Joe Leper of Rainham Kent

Passed 3rd October Joe Leper of Rainham Kent

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Passed 4th October Fiona Southern of Gillingham Kent

Passed 4th October Fiona Southern of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 24th October Alison Crighton Sittingbourne

Passed 24th October Alison Crighton Sittingbourne

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Passed 30th September Vicky Brown of Rainham Kent

Passed 30th September Vicky Brown of Rainham Kent

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Passed 3rd October Emily Jug of Strood Kent

Passed 3rd October Emily Jug of Strood Kent

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Passed 30th September Lutece bernard of Faversham Kent

Passed 30th September Lutece bernard of Faversham Kent

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Passed 26th September Vigillia Grice of Gillingham Kent

Passed 26th September Vigillia Grice of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 26th September Steve Durant of Sittingbourne

Passed 26th September Steve Durant of Sittingbourne

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Passed 25th September David Hitchens of Chatham Kent

Passed 25th September David Hitchens of Chatham Kent

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Passed 25th September Emily Read of Gillingham Kent

Passed 25th September Emily Read of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 17th of September Ashley Butler of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 17th of September Ashley Butler of Ipswich Suffolk

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Passed 17th September Amy Muino of Gillingham Kent

Passed 17th September Amy Muino of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 16th September Ella Hambly of Maidstone Kent

Passed 16th September Ella Hambly of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 11th September Alfie Hurt of Sheerness Kent

Passed 11th September Alfie Hurt of Sheerness Kent

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Passed 6th September Sophie Sawyer of Gillingham Kent

Passed 6th September Sophie Sawyer of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 5th September James Bovis of Maidstone Kent

Passed 5th September James Bovis of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 4th September Claire Lategan of Rochester Kent

Passed 4th September Claire Lategan of Rochester Kent

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Passed 31st August Louis Robinson of Maidstone Kent

Passed 31st August Louis Robinson of Maidstone Kent

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Passed 27th August Danielle Truelove of Faversham Kent

Passed 27th August Danielle Truelove of Faversham Kent

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Passed 20th August Kala of Rainham Kent

Passed 20th August Kala of Rainham Kent

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Passed 19th August Hannah Star of Gillingham

Passed 19th August Hannah Star of Gillingham

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Passed 19th August Paul Vinton of Chatham Kent

Passed 19th August Paul Vinton of Chatham Kent

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Passed 15th August Kaine Mount of Faversham Kent

Passed 15th August Kaine Mount of Faversham Kent

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Passed 13th August Ledjon Kociaj of Gillingham Kent

Passed 13th August Ledjon Kociaj of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 13th August Michelle Clarkson of Gillingham Kent

Passed 13th August Michelle Clarkson of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 13th August Suzanna Chastney of Rochester

Passed 13th August Suzanna Chastney of Rochester

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Passed 12th August Grace Butcher of Strood Kent

Passed 12th August Grace Butcher of Strood Kent

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Passed 8th August Kate Morris of Rochester

Passed 8th August Kate Morris of Rochester

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Passed 8th August Andrew Lemar of Ipswich Suffolk

Passed 8th August Andrew Lemar of Ipswich Suffolk

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Passed 7th August Ben Lambert of Chatham Kent

Passed 7th August Ben Lambert of Chatham Kent

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Passed 7th August John Midmer of Ipswich

Passed 7th August John Midmer of Ipswich

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Passed 6th August Irma Maksvytyte of Ipswich

Passed 6th August Irma Maksvytyte of Ipswich

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Passed 5th August Tony Dighton of Gillingham Kent

Passed 5th August Tony Dighton of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 5th August Jenna Chapman of Gillingham

Passed 5th August Jenna Chapman of Gillingham

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Passed 2nd August Rachael Magrath of Maidstone

Passed 2nd August  Rachael Magrath of Maidstone

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Passed 2nd August James Austin of Maidstone

Passed 2nd August James Austin of Maidstone

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Passed 26th July Emma Flaherty of Ipswich

Passed 26th July Emma Flaherty of Ipswich

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Passed 25th July Shannon Fletcher of Maidstone

Passed 25th July Shannon Fletcher of Maidstone

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Passed 25th July Jack Horrocks of Rochester

Passed 25th July Jack Horrocks of Rochester

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Passed 26th July Lindsey Smith of Sheerness

Passed 26th July Lindsey Smith of Sheerness

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Passed 17th July Liam Turner of Maidstone

Passed 17th July Liam Turner of Maidstone

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Passed 24th July David Wood of Maidstone

Passed 24th July David Wood of Maidstone

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Passed 24th July Alex Fishman of Wigmore in Gillingham

Passed 24th July  Alex Fishman of Wigmore in Gillingham

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Passed 24th July Sophie Knight of Sheerness

Passed 24th July Sophie Knight of Sheerness

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Passed 23rd July Sabira Islam of Chatham

Passed 23rd July Sabira Islam of Chatham

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Passed 22nd July Danielle Moore of Hempstead

Passed 22nd July Danielle Moore of Hempstead

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Passed 18th July Molly Green of Rochester

Passed 18th July Molly Green of Rochester

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Passed 17th JulyJames Rose of Rainham

Passed 17th JulyJames Rose of Rainham

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Passed 17th July James Degan of Gravesend

Passed 17th July James Degan of Gravesend

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Passed 17th July Brandon Dixey of Gillingham

Passed 17th July Brandon Dixey  of Gillingham

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Passed 16th July Sophie Witchell of Rainham

Passed 16th July Sophie Witchell of Rainham

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Passed 16th July David Sweatman of Bearsted Maidstone

Passed 16th July David Sweatman of Bearsted Maidstone

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passed 15th July Joe Harris Allen of Maidstone

passed 15th July Joe Harris Allen of Maidstone

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Passed 12th July Izac Hancock of Sheerness

Passed 12th July Izac Hancock of Sheerness

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Passed 8th JulyManreeve Dhothar of Gillingham

Passed 8th JulyManreeve Dhothar  of Gillingham

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Passed 28th June Casey Bridge of Ditton Maidstone

Passed 28th June Casey Bridge of Ditton Maidstone

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Passed 26th June Adedayo babalola of Gravesend

Passed 26th June Adedayo babalola of Gravesend

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Passed 24th June Eleanor of Rochester

Passed 24th June Eleanor of Rochester

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Passed 19th June Jamie Bourke of Wigmore Rainham

Passed 19th June Jamie Bourke of Wigmore Rainham

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Passed 19th June Louise Harrigan of Gillingham

Passed 19th June Louise Harrigan of Gillingham

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Passed 19th June Kamran Ali of Grain Kent

Passed 19th June Kamran Ali of Grain Kent

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Passed 5th June Jordan Chapman of Dartford

Passed 5th June Jordan Chapman of Dartford

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Passed 5th June Brogan Robson of Rainham

Passed 5th June Brogan Robson of Rainham

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Passed 4th June Ayesha of Gillingham

Passed 4th June Ayesha of Gillingham

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Passed 4th June Vishnu Prakash of Bury St Edmunds Suffolk

Passed 4th June Vishnu Prakash of Bury St Edmunds Suffolk

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Passed 3rd June Claire Rixon of Chatham

Passed 3rd June Claire Rixon of Chatham

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Passed 31st May James Bovis of Allington Maidstone

Passed 31st May James Bovis of Allington Maidstone

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Passed 28th May Jessica Bird of Rainham

Passed 28th May Jessica Bird of Rainham

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Passed 23rd May Sara Carson of Rainham

Passed 23rd May Sara Carson of Rainham

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Passed 20th May Sadie Dane of Faversham

Passed 20th May Sadie Dane of Faversham

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Passed 15th MayHayley Traveller of Gravesend

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Passed 14th May Annie Rollinson of Leybourne Maidstone

Passed 14th May Annie Rollinson of Leybourne Maidstone

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Passed 13th May Briony Sparrowhawk of Maidstone

Passed 13th May Briony Sparrowhawk of Maidstone

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passed 14th May Jade Smith of Rainham

passed 14th May Jade Smith of Rainham

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Passed 7th May Henry Beecroft of Ipswich

Passed 7th May Henry Beecroft of Ipswich

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Passed 3rd May Nathan Stevens of Maidstone

Passed 3rd May Nathan Stevens of Maidstone

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Passed 30th April Joanne Humphrey of Ipswich

Passed 30th April Joanne Humphrey of Ipswich

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Passed 26th April Jess of Rainham

Passed 26th April Jess of Rainham

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Passed 23rd April Conner of Strood

Passed 23rd April Conner of Strood

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Passed 23rd April Samir Sahari of Maidstone

Passed 23rd April Samir Sahari of Maidstone

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Passed 19th April Carly Jennings of Rainham

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Passed 18th April Lucy gentle of Gillingham

Passed 18th April Lucy gentle of Gillingham

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Passed 18th AprilShona Forster of Gillingham

Passed 18th AprilShona Forster of Gillingham

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Passed 17th April Jack Gladiisch of Chatham

Passed 17th April Jack Gladiisch of Chatham

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Passed 15th April Rebekkah Mortimer of Maidstone

Passed 15th April Rebekkah Mortimer of Maidstone

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Passed 15th April Paula of Chatham

Passed 15th April Paula of Chatham

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Passed 12th April Gabe Boxhall of Chatham

Passed 12th April Gabe Boxhall of Chatham

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Passed 8th April Jamie Robinson of Maidstone

Passed 8th April Jamie Robinson of Maidstone

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Passed 8th AprilLaura Forman of Strood

Passed 8th AprilLaura Forman of Strood

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Passed 3rd April Chris Taylor of Gravesend

Passed 3rd April Chris Taylor of Gravesend

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Passed 2nd AprilGeorge Neal of Sittingbourne

Passed 2nd AprilGeorge Neal of Sittingbourne

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Passed 28th March Charmaine Tanser of Strood

Passed 28th March Charmaine Tanser of Strood

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Passed 27th March Georgina Williams of Rochester

Passed 27th March Georgina Williams of Rochester

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Passed 25th March Luke Hambrooke of Maidstone

Passed 25th March Luke Hambrooke of Maidstone

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Passed 14th March Emily Addams of Sittingbourne

Passed 14th March Emily Addams of Sittingbourne

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Passed 7th March Rebecca Wood of Maidstone

Passed 7th March Rebecca Wood of Maidstone

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Passed 4th March Shannon of Maidstone

Passed 4th March Shannon of Maidstone

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Passed 25th Febuary Liam Foster of Gravesend

Passed 25th Febuary Liam Foster of Gravesend

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Passed 21st Febuary Reece Hennerbey of Gillingham

Passed 21st Febuary Reece Hennerbey of Gillingham

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Passed 20th Febuary Shane Chaney of Maidstone

Passed 20th Febuary Shane Chaney of Maidstone

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Passed 19th Febuary Becky of Maidstone

Passed 19th Febuary Becky of Maidstone

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Passed 18th Febuary Zoe of Gillingham

Passed 18th Febuary Zoe of Gillingham

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Passed 17th Febuary Aron of Rochester

Passed 17th Febuary Aron of Rochester

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Passed 15th Febuary Charlotte More of Maidstone

Passed 15th Febuary Charlotte More of Maidstone

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Passed 13th Febuary Kozan Mahood of Maidstone

Passed 13th Febuary Kozan Mahood of Maidstone

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Passed 17th January Conner of Rochester

Passed 17th January Conner of Rochester

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Passed 15th NovemberJade of Gillingham Kent

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Passed 9th November Jamie of Rochester

Passed 9th November Jamie of Rochester

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Passed 3rd November Scott of Chatham

Passed 3rd November Scott of Chatham

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Passed 1st November Lynda Coleman of Gravesend

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Passed 17th NovemberElla Friel of Hempstead

 Passed 17th NovemberElla Friel of Hempstead

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Passed 3rd November Lucy or Rochester

Passed 3rd November Lucy or Rochester

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Levi Thake of Gillingham

Levi Thake of Gillingham

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Passed Alfie Edwards of Strood Kent

Passed Alfie Edwards of Strood Kent

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Passed Christopher Cowburn of Strood Kent

Passed Christopher Cowburn of Strood Kent

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Lesson Plans

Welcome to the private practice lesson plans.


Over the forthcoming weeks we will be bringing you a full set of structured driving lesson plans to help you with your private practice.

Please be sure to read the private practice tips first. 

Driving Lesson plan 1
 

Lesson Plan 1 - Cockpit Drill

D - Doors

Check it is clear before you open your door and make sure the door is shut properly when you get in before starting a journey. Be careful on a windy day when opening your door as it can easily fly open with the force of the wind.



S - Seat position for pedals

Slide your seat to enable you to reach the foot pedals, making sure you can press the clutch pedal all the way down with your left foot. To ensure you can maintain control of the car, drive wearing sensible footwear. Seat will slide back and forward. Make sure it locks into place (you can sometimes raise seat if needed).

Seat adjustment

Alter seat if needed to enable you to reach steering wheel, adjust your rake (angle of seat) for comfort.

The head restraint should be adjusted so the rigid part of the head restraint is at least at eye level or top of the ears and as close to the back of the head as is comfortable. (Some restraints might not be adjustable).

Seat Position

S - Seatbelt

Wearing your seatbelt is a legal requirement and will protect you in an accident (make sure there are no twists and all passengers wear theirs).The driver is also legally responsible for passengers under 14 years old.

M - Mirrors

MirrorsFinally, once in position, adjust your interior mirror and your door mirrors to give you the best view to the rear and sides.

Adjust your interior mirror by using the outer rim (to avoid fingerprints on mirror) to give the best view directly behind, in slight favour of the driver's side.

Adjust your left and right (exterior) hand mirrors to enable you to see from the rear and sides - you should have part of the side of your car in view.
 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 2
 

Lesson Plan 2 - Moving Off and Stopping

Moving Off

To move off safely, you must do so without creating a hazard to other road users, therefore when moving off you must avoid causing anyone to change their speed or direction because of your actions. It is safer to move off from the left as we drive on the left hand side of the road therefore you won't have to cut across oncoming traffic. On your driving test you may be required to pull up somewhere convenient on your left, possibly several times, and move off again when clear, moving off safely and in full control of your vehicle.

To move off safely, follow the Prepare-Observation-Move routines explained below:                    

Prepare

  • Press clutch pedal all the way down
  • Select first gear
  • Set gas (press accelerator slightly)
  • Slowly raise clutch pedal to biting point and hold feet still

Observation

  • Check your mirrors (interior and then right hand door mirror)
  • Look over your right shoulder to cover blind spots (highlighted on the diagram)

Move

  • Consider a signal - apply when other people would benefit
  • Release handbrake
  • Slowly raise clutch pedal (keeping on gas)
  • Steer to your normal driving position
  • Cancel signal
Moving Off                    

Hill starts and moving off at an angle

Moving off uphill

Prepare

Pedals
  • The steeper the incline then you should raise clutch higher at biting point to avoid rolling back
  • Make sure the handbrake is applied fully to secure the car, especially on a steep hill
  • Keep feet still at the biting point

Observation

  • Check your mirrors
  • Keep on footbrake and release handbrake

Move

  • When clear consider a signal - apply if anyone will benefit
  • Give a little more gas as you release the handbrake
  • Keep in first gear for longer before changing to second as you will need more power going up a hill

Moving off downhill

Prepare

  • If it's a steep hill you can move off in second gear
  • Keep on footbrake and release handbrake

Observation

  • Check your mirrors
  • Look over your right shoulder to cover blind spots

Move

  • Release footbrake, raise clutch pedal up and give gas if you need to build up speed

Moving off from behind a parked car

Prepare

  • Find biting point (don't raise clutch pedal too high)

Observation

  • Check your mirrors
  • Look over your right shoulder to cover blind spots
  • Look for oncoming traffic
  • Look out for hazards in front of parked car

Move

  • It will be more likely that a signal will be required to warn others
  • Move out slowly with the clutch just at or above biting point - to control speed do not raise pedal all the way up too soon
  • Steer enough around obstruction trying to give a car door's clearance where possible
Moving off from behind a parked car              

Stopping

You will need to ensure you stop somewhere safe, legal and convenient. On your driving test you may be required to pull over and park on the left, possibly several times As you are changing speed and direction then you should follow the Mirrors Signal Manoeuvre (M-S-M) routine (as shown on the diagram below). Do not park where you will create a hazard to other road users i.e. on or near a bend, a brow of a hill, too close to junctions etc.

Following Traffic

MirrorsBe aware of traffic possibly following closely behind.

Following Traffic                          

Mirrors

Check your mirrors well before commencing manoeuvre to assess distance and speed of any following traffic.

Signal

After you have picked a suitable place to stop and mirrors have been checked apply a left signal if anyone behind or ahead would benefit. There would be no harm in signalling every time. Cancel signal when parked.

Position

Steer closer to the kerb where possible to help following traffic pass.

Speed

Gently brake until almost at a stop - apply clutch and steer closer to the kerb, aiming to be approximately 6 inches away.

Look

Keep driveways clear etc. and then brake to a complete stop - keep clutch and brake pedal applied. Select handbrake and neutral, then you can rest your feet. If signal is still on - cancel.

Try to avoid parking opposite other parked cars and onstructions.(Convenient)

Road Markings and Signs

Do not stop on zig zag markings
No waiting at any time
No waiting during times shown on signNo stopping sign
No stopping at any time
No stopping during times shown on signNo stopping sign
     
 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 3
 

Lesson Plan 3 - Approaching Junctions

Approaching junctions to turn left

This will mainly be when you are leaving a main road to turn into a road on your left. To do so you should follow the M-S-M routine.



Priority

When turning left you will have priority over traffic turning right off the main road (priority over the blue car as shown in the diagram) as they will be cutting across your path.



Mirrors

Checking the interior first will give the best view of approaching traffic and an idea of their speed.

Check left/nearside mirror next to be aware of any traffic that may be about to pass on the left as you slow down to take turn, mainly cyclists/motorbikes.

Signal

Signal in good time but not too early which may confuse other road users (they may think you are pulling up on the left).

Position

There would be no need to change from your normal driving position unless there are obstructions (parked cars) or if you are turning into a narrow road or entrance. For sharp turn you would need to move closer to the centre of the road.

Speed

Slow down enough to take turn safely - most turns would be taken at approximately 15-20 mph (second gear should be selected for this speed). Bring clutch pedal up to avoid coasting to maintain control.

Look

Check into new road to assess how clear the junction is. Look out for parked cars or pedestrians who could easily be crossing the road. Be aware of any cyclists who may try passing you on the left. Pedestrians who have stepped onto the road have priority so be prepared to stop and allow them to cross if necessary!

Junction 1            
Junction 2            
Junction 3            

Pedestrians

Look out for pedestrians and parked cars.

Timing of signal

If you are turning into the second side road do not signal until passing the first junction.

Taking a sweeping turn

Here, your view into the new road would be much clearer and it will be easier to maintain control of your car with less steering needed for the turn, therefore, you may not need to slow down as much as for a standard turn. If you have not needed to slow down much you can often take these turns in third gear.

Approaching junctions to turn right

Priority

Oncoming traffic will have priority - you must not cut across them if to do so would cause them to change speed or direction. If you can walk across then you can drive across!

Stopping Position

Position just before your point of turn (marked with a + on the diagram below) when you need to stop for oncoming traffic or if the road you intend on turning into is blocked   this will make it easier to turn in the correct position. Positioning to the centre of the road will often leave enough room for cars to pass on your left as well as confirm your intentions to turn. Do not cut the corner.

Flashing Lights

Be prepared for the possibility of the other driver beckoning you on, most likely by flashing their headlights or waving you on. You must make sure it is safe to turn and they are beckoning you on and nobody else, especially where there are vehicles emerging onto the main road who they may be intended for.

Mirrors

Interior first will give the best view of approaching traffic and an idea of their speed. Check right/offside mirror next to be aware of any vehicles that may be overtaking.

Signal

Signal in good time to warn other road users of your intentions - you will be affecting people more due to needing to change position before turn and you may need to stop.

Position

Move over to the centre of the road where possible - this will not only confirm your intentions to turn right but on many roads will leave enough room for following traffic to pass on the left.

Speed

Slow down enough to take turn safely or to stop smoothly if it's not clear to go due to oncoming traffic or if the road you are entering is blocked.

Look

Look out for oncoming traffic as they have priority, check into road you are entering to see if clear - possibly pedestrians may be crossing/the road may be blocked due to parked cars with emerging traffic.

Junction 4              

Equal Priority

Try to gain eye contact with the other driver when possible in order to help judge their intentions. Your options are to hold back to allow the oncoming car to turn before you or:

  • Turn nearside to nearside. This is where you would turn before oncoming traffic.
  • Turn offside to offside. Where you would pass oncoming vehicle and then turn. (See diagram on emerging)
If turning nearside to nearside you must do so without cutting the corner and be mindful of any other oncoming traffic, especially bikes.

Junction 5              
Junction 6
Junction 7        

One Way

Look out for One Way signs.

Filter Lanes

When turning right off main roads, when the road is wide enough you will often have filter lanes to use, which help to keep traffic flowing by allowing vehicles to pass on the left. Try to enter the filter lane as soon as you are clear of the chevron markings. Do not drive over the chevron markings unnecessarily.
 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 4
 

Lesson Plan 4 - Emerging

This will mainly be when you are leaving a minor road to join a main road to turn left, right or possibly needing to cross a main road ahead (at crossroads).Where the junction is not light controlled you will have either 'Give Way' markings or a Stop'sign.            



Warning Signs

Look out for advance warning signs. Where there is a Give Way sign you must give way to traffic on the main road. If on approach you can clearly see it is safe to emerge then you can do so without stopping. (If in doubt, don't pull out!) Where there is a Stop sign, you must stop at the line.



Emerging at T-Junctions

Mirrors

Interior/left if turning left - Interior/right for turning right.

Signal

Left or right.

Position

For a standard left keep to the left (follow kerb around to the left). If turning right, position to the centre of the road.

Speed

Approach slowly enough to allow you to stop smoothly if it's not clear to go. If the give way is open enough that you can clearly see early on the approach that it is safe            to emerge, generally approach in second gear. You will find that most T-junctions need to be approached very slowly to allow you enough time to check properly when clear to emerge, therefore you should select first gear. You must stop where a junction has a Stop sign.

Look

Look out for pedestrians who may be wanting to cross, check on the main road to your right - to your left and back again to your right to double check it's clear (look out for parked cars which may move off as you emerge. Cyclists and motorcyclists can be hard to spot. Keep re-assessing both ways if busy.

Junctions 1 and 2          

Joining New Road Safely

Observations

To emerge safely you must do so where any traffic, including cyclists, are not forced to change speed or direction because of your actions. Be aware of any pedestrians            crossing the road.

Flashing Headlights

If a driver flashes their headlights this may be an indication that they are willing to allow you to pull out, however the true meaning of flashing lights is 'a warning of             presence', so make sure that they are not intended for someone else. If you are sure they are intended for you then make sure it is clear in all directions before merging.

Once You Have Joined a New Road

Check your mirrors and make progress by building up your speed suitable for the road and conditions.

Obstructions on Main Road

If you emerge onto a road that has obstructions (parked cars) then you may need to creep forward to improve your view. Lean forward in your seat and have your clutch just at or close to the biting point to control your speed. Be extra mindful of pedestrians crossing the road from behind the parked cars.

Junction 3            
Junction 4                    

Unmarked

If you emerge onto a road that has no Give Way markings or you have double broken lines all the way across the road you are leaving do not assume you are exiting a one-way and position yourself for a two-way road as on diagram.

Emerging Out of a One-Way Street

Try to get in the correct lane early for the exit you wish to take. Keep to the left for turning left and move over to the right for turning right as on diagram.

Junction 5                    

Emerging at Junctions Where There Are Parked Cars

Position

Junction 6 Position where there will be enough room for traffic turninginto the road you are leaving.  not to get unnecessarily close to parked cars (obstructions). You may need approach more slowly.

Emerging Out of Narrow Roads - Entrances

Position

Junction 7 Keeping to the left may lead to the back wheels running over the kerb. It is also possible you may swing out too much in the new road Move further to the centre of the road you are leaving. Steer left just before the Give Way / Stop lines to help avoid swinging too wide.

Emerging at Crossroads

Working Out Priority

Traffic on the main road will have priority as usual. The easiest way of working out priority over traffic opposite is to think of yourself when driving on a main road you have priority for the direction you are taking until cutting across trffic's path (turning right you need to give way to oncoming traffic). Therefore you should give way to traffic opposite when turning right as you will be cutting across their path.

This diagram below is showing an example of following the road ahead. The yellow car has priority.

Mirrors

Signal?

No signal confirms you intend to go straight ahead.

Manoeuvre

= position-speed-look. When going ahead face car to the left of the road you are entering if the crossroads are not staggered then your position should stay the same.)

Speed

Slow down enough to check all roads. If in doubt don't pull out.

Look

Look right then left, back to your right and straight ahead.  Traffic on the main road has priority as usual - check ahead for emerging traffic and see if it is clear to enter (pedestrians etc).

Junction 8          

Parked Cars (Obstructions)

Parked cars (obstructions) may block your view of approaching traffic on the main road which has priority over you. Drivers emerging opposite (blue car) could have a clear            view so be aware that they may not pull out before you even when you have priority! Where possible you should try to get eye contact with the driver on the opposite side of the crossroads to try to work out their intentions.

  • They may not have spotted you
  • They may wave you on (make sure you still check the main road is clear before emerging)

Both Turning Right, Equal Priority

Equal Priority!

Where both you and the driver opposite intend on turning right no-one can assume priority as you are both doing the same thing. You need to work out the safest way of emerging. If you emerge onto the main road at the same time your options are to emerge nearside to nearside or offside to offside (see diagram below).

As you are both doing the same thing then it will be equal priority therefore you will need to decide whether it is best to pass.

Nearside to Nearsise or Offside to Offside

Nearside to Nearside

(With the left side of your car passing the lest side of the other vehicle).

Check which way the wheels are facing on the vehicle opposite to see if the driver has turned them to the right which would give an indication of their intention to emerge            Nearside to Nearside as shown on the right hand side diagram. (Be careful the driver does not block your view of any traffic on main road.) Bikes in particular could be hidden            from view.

Junction 9          
Junction 10          

Offside to Offside

(With your right side of your car passing the right side of the other vehicle).

This is normally a better option where the crossroads is staggered. Again you could look at the car opposite for an indication of their intentions as straight wheels would make it more likely the driver intends to emerge offside to offside.

Unmarked Crossroads

Never assume priority over another road if there are no road signs or markings. Another vehicle may expect you to give way to them, they may misjudge your speed, or not see you at all! Approach the crossroads with caution, being prepared to give way if necessary.

Junction 11          

Box Junctions

Yellow criss-cross lines mark a box junction. The purpose is to keep traffic clear by preventing traffic stopping in the path of crossing traffic. You must not enter a box            junction unless your exit road is clear. When turning right it is OK to enter the box when you are only prevented from turning by oncoming traffic.

For emerging at light controlled junctions see Traffic Lights.

Junction 12
 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 5
 

Lesson Plan 5 - Meeting Traffic

Meeting Approaching Traffic

Priority

As a general rule if the obstruction is on your side of the road oncoming vehicles have priority. As well as parked cars you may have road works, traffic calming measures, a skip etc. Any time that you continue with obstructions on your side then to do so you must not cause oncoming vehicles to change speed or direction.

Be prepared to sacrifice priority when you are not sure if oncoming drivers are going to let you through (where the obstruction is on their near side). Try not to leave it too late            when deciding on  your course of action so that you do not find yourself coming to a sudden stop or proceeding too fast.

Clearance

CyclistTry to give a car door's clearance when passing parked cars - you should be able to do this when there are no oncoming vehicles or if the road is wide enough that oncoming traffic is not affected. Give cyclists, motorcyclists and horseriders plenty of room when passing. Give cyclists enough room where possible so that if they fell off you would still avoid them - in particular when:
 


  • It's a windy day
  • The cyclist is a young child
  • The cyclist is travelling up a hill
Cars          

Where you have obstructions on a narrow road

Be prepared to "hang back"

If you need to stop, aim to keep a reasonable clearance from the obstruction to help maintain a good view of the road ahead, this is referred to as a "hang back" or "hold on" position. You do not want to look like you are parking up (if you are too far to the left). Move off safely as soon as clear.

M-S-M routine. Occasionally a blind spot check may be needed and you should consider a signal - applying if you think anyone will benefit.

Cars 2          

On approach follow the M-S-M routine

(Example for approaching if you were the yellow car on the diagram)

Mirrors

Check your mirrors well before changing speed or direction. Here you will be doing both - you will need to move over to the right to pass the red car which is parked up and as the obstruction is your side of the road you may need to stop.

Signal

Consider a signal and indicate right if you think anyone will benefit. Your road position and speed will also confirm your intentions.

Manoeuvre

Position - move over to the centre of the road where possible to approach. Speed - approach slowly enough to allow you to come to a smooth stop if necessary (if you are not sure there is enough room for both you and any oncoming traffic). Here the yellow car would need to give way to the blue car, as the obstruction (red car) is on its side of the road.

Where you have obstructions on a wider road

Cars 3          
There is a fine balance between making progress and being too hasty. On more main routes in particular you won't want to be stopping unnecessarily. Approach slowly enough to enable you to stop smoothly if necessary and be aware of not only car doors opening but pedestrians walking out from behind parked cars or vehicles emerging from side roads.                                    

M-S-M Routine

 

Any time that you can't afford to give a car door's clearance because of oncoming traffic then - the closer you get to the parked cars (obstructions) the slower the speed.

Equal Priority

Slow down and assess the oncoming vehicle's speed and position to help judge their intentions, be more willing to hold back for oncoming traffic as you will be able to control the situation and not rely on other people. Be more willing to give way to traffic travelling up a hill, especially larger vehicles.



Flashing Lights

Some people may flash their headlights as a sign they are willing for you to proceed. Judge their speed and position to confirm their intentions to let you through. The true meaning of flashing lightsis as "a warning of presence". So be sure of the other driver's intentions. The lights may not have been flashed for you or may have been flashed accidentally. To avoid any misunderstanding, and possible accident, do not use flashing lights to beckon people on.



Bends

Do not commit too early to pass obstructions on bends in case you have oncoming traffic.



Traffic Calming Measures

To slow the traffic down in housing areas, schools and other built up areas where otherwise traffic may go too fast. They are also located where there is only room for one vehicle to pass at a time i.e. through a narrow tunnel or over a narrow bridge.

 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 6
 

Lesson Plan 6 - Emergency Stop

Stopping in an emergency situation (including stopping distances)

Example:- if a child runs out in front of you! You will need quick reactions and good control of the car to stop promptly and safely. As this is an emergency then mirror checks will only delay your reactions therefore are not necessary - if you looked in your mirrors as often as you should then you would have an idea of following traffic anyway (i.e. mirrors            checked for moving out when passing parked cars).



Poor Weather / Road Surface / Road Conditions

On a wet road it may take up to twice the braking distance to stop and much more on snow and ice. A good driver should not need to carry out too many emergency stops. If you look out for warning signs where pedestrians / children are more likely to be around then you are less likely to get caught out. 30mph may be the maximum in many built up areas but judge every road accordingly.



Are you driving at an appropriate speed?

If you hit a child at 40mph there is an 80% chance you will kill that child. 4 out of 5 will be killed. If you hit a child at 30mph there is an 80% chance the child will live but may be left with serious injuries. 4 out of 5 will live. If you hit a child at 20mph there is a likelihood of less serious injuries.

so watch your speed as even a few mph can make a difference

 Braking Distance                        
At 20mph your overall stopping distance would be around 40ft At 30mph your overall stopping distance is around 75ft (note: almost double that of 20mph!At 40mph your overall stopping distance is around 120ft (note: almost three times greater than at 20mph)

Carrying out an emergency stop exercise

It is recommended that you practise stopping your car promptly under control, so that you know how to react if you ever had to stop your vehicle in an emergency situation for real. You may be asked to carry out a simulated emergency stop (controlled stop) on your driving test. Approximately one in three tests will include this exercise. Your examiner will ask you to pull over somewhere convenient and then warn you in advance that you will be given a signal for when you are to stop the car as if in an emergency situation.

You will need quick reactions when you get the signal - take your right foot off the accelerator pedal (gas) and apply foot brake firmly and progressively, then after a slight pause apply the clutch pedal with your left foot. Don't slam on the brake as this may lock up your wheels which would then cause the car to skid. Also try not to put the clutch down  too soon, in order to allow the engine (whilst in gear) to assist with the braking, so you can stop sooner and are less likely to skid. As the weight will be thrown forward when you brake keep both hands firmly on the steering wheel to maintain control - take a deep breath when you have stopped, apply the hand brake and select neutral.

If it is your very first attempt it is a good idea to practise whilst your car is still stationary (a dry run!). This can help you get used to pivoting from the accelerator (gas) pedal to the brake pedal with your right foot and applying the clutch with your left foot before trying it on the move. A dry run will increase the likelihood of early success.

Observations before moving off

When you have stopped the car in an emergency you may be positioned more to the centre of the road, possibly to pass parked cars, therefore to check all areas that it is safe to move off again you will need to check over your left shoulder (blind spot), check all mirrors and over your right shoulder before moving off.

Skidding

Causes of skids

  • Excessive acceleration especially on a wet road - poor road surface
  • Steering too harshly
  • Braking too harshly is the most common cause of skids - this leads to your vehicle's wheels locking up. Braking on a poor road surface would increase your chance of skidding (wet, icy, etc.)

ABS Brakes

Anti-lock breaking systems - most modern cars have ABS brakes - these have a sensor control which releases the brake and immediately applies it again, therefore preventing the wheels from locking.

Correcting a Skid

If the wheels have locked up (your car has been put into a skid) you need to release the footbrake and re-apply brake not so harshly - apply firmly and progressively.

What if your back end swings to one side?

Steering or braking too harshly on a bend could lead to loss of control, with the back end of your car swinging out. This could happen where you failed to slow down enough            before a turn and may possibly be in the wrong gear!

Emergency Stop How to correct: Ease off the accelerator and steer into the skid as on the diagram - if your back end swings out on the right, then turn your wheel to the right which will help straighten up your car.

Avoiding Skids

Signs            Look out for hazardous road conditions. Adjust your speed to suit the road conditions - you may need to pump the brakes on a poor surface.                        
Skidding          

Bends

Right hand bendMake sure your speed isn't too fast to enable you to drive around any bends under control, the sharper the bend the slower you should approach making sure you select the appropriate gear for the spped, if you can drive into the bend, this will give you extra grip on the road. Try not to leave braking until too late, braking too much on a bend can result in losing control of your vehicle.



Sharp change of direction chevrons

ChevronsUsed where the road changes direction sharply enough to create a hazard or to reinforce a bend warning sign where stronger emphasis is needed.



Keep a safe following distance

When a vehicle is ahead passes a stationary object (here the warning sign) keep 2 seconds apart. "Only a fool would brake the two econd rule" - if you have time to say this            before you pass the same object then you will be at a safe distance. You will need to increase this in poor weather.

Safe Following Distance          

Causes of Accidents

The vast majority of accidents will be down to THE DRIVER of the vehicle - some of the main reasons could be put down to either inexperience, being distracted, being unfit            to drive or simply driving irresponsibly.

Possible distractions:



  • Loud music
  • Mobile phone use
  • Passengers in car
  • Looking for directions in an unfamiliar area
Being unfit to drive



  • Drink driving
  • Drugs
  • Tiredness
  • Medical conditions
  • Poor eyesight
The driver will be responsible for keeping the vehicle maintained - fit to be on the road. THE VEHICLE should be checked regularly - see "Show Me, Tell Me" which shows how to            check things such as oil level, minimum tyre tread (1.6mm) etc. It is also important to keep the windscreen, windows and lights clean to ensure the car is safe to drive. ROAD CONDITIONS - The driver should take into account the road conditions - this could mean wet or icy surfaces.

 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 7
 

Lesson Plan 7 - Pedestrian Crossing

This topic will explain the main rules and considerations for dealing with pedestrian crossings. The main focus is on two types of crossings - Zebra Crossings and Pelican Crossings (the main signal controlled crossing).

Pedestrian Crossings

All crossings - look out for any warning signs for crossings ahead. Anticipate pedestrian crossings being present near shops and schools and in built up areas.

Pedestrian Crossing Sign          

Zebra Crossing

You can identify a Zebra Crossing by the flashing yellow beacons and the black and white markings. You must stop for any pedestrians who step out to cross, therefore you should approach slowly enough to stop smoothly where pedestrians are waiting at the crossing or are so close that they could reach the crossing before you. Pedestrians on the crossing have priority.

Do's

  • Check mirrors on approach and as you draw near
  • Check to the sides for pedestrians at the crossings or approaching
  • Keep speed down until you see both sides are clear
  • In poor weather conditions, allow more time to stop
  • At night be extra careful as pedestrians are hard to spot even when they are on the crossing

Dont's

  • Do not invite pedestrians to cross as other traffic may not stop for them
  • Do not harass pedestrians by revving your engine or edging forward
  • Do not overtake in the areas marked with zig zag lines
  • Do not park on zig zag lines
  • Do not block crossings in a traffic queue
Zebra Crossing          

Signal Controlled Crossing - Pelican Crossing

The main type of signal controlled crossing is the Pelican Crossing. When pedestrians press the button the lights will change in a set cycle.

Pelican Crossing

Puffin Crossings have electronic devices which automatically detect pedestrians who are on the crossing - these reduce delays in traffic flow.

Toucan Crossings are shared by pedestrians and cyclists. There is often an advanced stop line to allow cyclists to position ahead of traffic.

Equestrian Crossings are for horse riders to cross. Signal controlled crossings which have no flashing amber phase will have the same cycle and rules that apply at traffic lights

 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 8
 

Lesson Plan 8 - Hazard Awareness

Awareness and Planning

M-S-M Routine

To drive responsibly you should be constantly observing what is happening around you in order to respond safely to other road users. As well as checking ahead you should be looking frequently in your mirrors to be aware of what is going on behind you and to your sides. When you are aware of a hazard (anything that may cause you to change speed or direction) you should follow the Mirrors-Signal-Manoeuvre routine.



Awareness          
 You should constantly ask yourself "What if...? Examples:

  • What if a pedestrian steps out into the road?
  • What if a driver emerges without looking?
Be prepared for people making mistakes (pedestrians and drivers).

Be particularly mindful in built up areas and try not to focus too much attention on one hazard as you are likely to have several potential hazards. Keeping a safe following            distance will help give you more reaction time - especially helpful when a vehicle ahead fails to give adequate notice of their intentions (i.e. park, turn etc.) and makes it less likely you will accidentally block junctions or crossings if traffic comes to a stop.                     



Keep a safe following distance

When a vehicle is ahead passes a stationary object (here the warning sign) keep 2 seconds apart. "Only a fool would brake the two econd rule" - if you have time to say this            before you pass the same object then you will be at a safe distance. You will need to increase this in poor weather.

Safe Following Distance          

Temporary Traffic Lights

Roadworks Sign          
Traffic Lights          
Often when you have road works. The road will either narrow, you may have workmen with a stop and go sign or there will be temporary lights. As they are only temporary you will not have a solid white line - look for the red sign for where to stop.                        

LOOK OUT FOR ADVANCE WARNING SIGNS AND TAKE INTO ACCOUNT POOR ROAD CONDITIONS

Ropad Signs                        

Mirrors



Traffic Lights

Traffic lights will change frequently to keep the traffic flowing. You should follow the M-S-M routine on approach  and try to anticipate what colour the lights are likely to show            by the time you get to them. Pay attention to lane markings to ensure you get in the correct lane in good time for the direction you wish to take. You should also keep your            speed down on approach and not be tempted to speed up hoping to beat them. When you stop behind traffic queues be careful that you don't block junctions.



Standard Traffic Lights

Filter Arrows

Some traffic lights have green filter arrows which will give you priority if you are following the direction the arrow is facing, even when the main lights are red. You will need to make sure you are in the correct lane early for the direction you are taking.

You have the priority to turn right. (You will need to stop if going ahead or turning left).

You have priority to go ahead or turn left. (You will need to stop at the line if turning right).

 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 9
 

Lesson Plan 9 - Progress - Main Roads

Driving at an appropriate speed

Max speed          
Circular signs give orders - where there is a red circle around a speed limit, this is the maximum legal speed allowed. On main roads 30mph is safe whilst clear of hazards and when you do not have poor weather conditions. Minor roads, which are the majority, are 30mph zones are more likely to be unsafe to drive at the maximum!                         Take into account conditions on each individual road. The quieter the road, the more likely you are to encounter hazards such as parked cars, pedestrians including children             possibly at play. Take extra care when passing schools, shops etc. Speed bumps are designed to slow the traffic down in areas where traffic may otherwise drive too fast. Traffic calming measures are designed to slow traffic down.

See "Meeting Traffic".

Min speed          
A speed limit with a blue background will be the minimum safe speed allowed (if clear).                        
Recommended speed          
Rectangular signs inform - this sign is a recommended speed - not an order. (However it may not be safe to continue at the maximum speed that applied to the road you are on).                        
Speed restrictionsThe higher the speed limit then you will find the road is more of a main route and clear of houses, shops, schools etc. With having far fewer hazards then it is safer and  appropriate to make progress (often on a straight road this would be maximum speed) as long as the road is clear and again you are not driving in poor weather. Look further ahead for hazards on faster roads so you can be ready to reduce your speed accordingly and keep a safe distance. (see below)                                                



Keep a safe following distance

Safe Following Distance                        
 
When the vehicle ahead passes a stationary object (here the warning sign) keep 2 seconds apart.

"Only a fool would break the 2 second rule"

If you have time to say this before you pass the same object then you will be at a safe distance. You will need to increase this in poor weather. Keeping a safe distance will            not only ensure a safe stopping distance if needed, but will give you a clearer view of the road ahead - making it easier to identify hazards.

National Speed Limit            
 
National speed limit applies Single lane = 60mph - maximum speed (but not a target!) Dual carriageway = 70mph - maximum speed (but not a target!) Note: To be classed as a dual carriageway there would need to be a central reservation/barrier otherwise the 60mph maximum would apply. (Where you have two lanes but no central reservation/barrier - this is normally to give priority to traffic going uphill and will turn back into a single lane road so make sure if you are overtaking you have enough time to do so before the road turns back into single lane).

Look out for speed limits - check mirrors well before change of speed or direction

You will have the new limit sign on both sides of the road you are on or you are entering. If you have a speed limit sign on just one side of the road - this is normally smaller and a reminder of the existing speed limit of the road you are on.

You must make sure when the speed limit reduces i.e. coming out of a national speed limit road which may turn to 30mph limit that you are not going over 30mph when you pass  the sign.

You must also make sure where speed limit increases that you wait until you pass the sign before speeding up.

Note: After travelling on a fast road you would need to keep an eye on your speed, as it is easier to be travelling faster than you think you are 6 penalty points in the first 2 years of passing your test will result in needing to re-take both the theory and practical tests.



National Speed Limit Roads

Even when national speed limit roads are clear it is not always safe or appropriate to drive at the maximum speed - a very high percentage of all road fatalities occur on             country roads. It will only be safe to travel at the maximum speed when you have a clear stretch of road. These roads often have sharp bends - could be narrow and sometimes  hilly.

The roads are often not lit and have no pavements and it is likely you may come across pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders etc. National speed limits are normally in rural areas therefore farm vehicles and animals are more likely to be present. Take extra care overtaking and watch your speed and position around the bends.

National Speed Limit         

Sharp change of direction chevrons

Used where the road changes direction sharply enough to create a hazard or to reinforce a bend warning sign where stronger emphasis is needed.

Chevrons          

Approaching a bend

Check your mirrors well before slowing down - the sharper the bend the slower the speed (your speed should be at the lowest before you turn and you will often need a low gear). Keeping on the gas to maintain speed around the bend will help maintain control and position as the wheels will grip the road as you do so.



Left hand bend

Position to the centre of your lane, but do not move over too close to the centre of the road which could put you too close to oncoming traffic who may take the bend wide.

On approaching a bend ask yourself...

  • Can I see the full picture?
  • How sharp is the bend?
  • Am I in the correct road position?
  • Am I at a safe speed/gear?
  • What might I meet?
  • Could I stop if necessary?
Left hand bend          

Right hand bend

Position to the left of your lane to improve your view but do not let a clearer view tempt you to take the bend too fast.

Right hand bend          

Overtaking

Considerations for overtaking (single track roads)

Overtaking can put you on collision course with an oncoming vehicle so as a result is one of the major causes of accidents, therefore it makes sense to be very careful when             deciding to overtake.

Before overtaking you need to consider:

Q: Why is the vehicle you would like to pass going so slow in the first place? A: Maybe there is a hazard ahead - they may intend to turn off or park.

Q: Are you going to gain much? A: There would be no point in overtaking someone if you are about to turn off shortly afterwards or that to do so will only be leaving you behind a queue of other slow moving traffic.

Q: Is it legal? A: Make sure overtaking does not cause you to go over the legal speed limit. Make sure you do not cross solid white lines (unless what you are passing is travelling  less than 10mph).

Do not overtake where you have a no overtaking sign!

Q: Is it safe? A: You will need to see a clear stretch of road ahead for oncoming traffic and be aware of any hazards, therefore do not overtake on or approaching a bend, on the brow of  a hill, where road narrows ahead etc., do not overtake where you have hazards such as junctions, pedestrian crossings, traffic lights etc.



Example of how to get caught out!

Following a slow moving vehicle you may be able to see a clear stretch of road ahead and see there is no oncoming traffic in sight, therefore decide to overtake.You may not have spotted or taken into account the warning sign for a junction on the left.



What might happen!

There may be a vehicle emerging out of the junction turning right, who may well have time to pull out before the slow moving vehicle. This would put you both on a collision course!



Overtaking

Steps to overtaking

There will become times when it is necessary to overtake slow moving vehicles as following traffic will want to make progress and if you are too cautious you will make the            situation more hazardous as vehicles behind will then need to overtake both you and the vehicle ahead. You should follow the M-S-M routine possibly several times as explained below.



M-S-M Routine - preparing to overtake

Mirrors- always assess the speed and position of traffic behind (someone could easily be about to overtake you). You will need to check the interior mirror and right hand            door mirror.

Signal- at this stage because you are only preparing to overtake do not apply signal until ready.

Position- be close enough to the vehicle you wish to overtake whilst allowing enough room to get a good view of the road ahead.

Speed- keep to the same speed as the vehicle ahead and consider changing down a gear for extra power to help pass briskly when you get a chance.

Look- asses the whole situation.                        



  • the road conditions
  • the intentions of the driver ahead
  • any hazards (look out for signs and road markings)
  • speed of oncoming traffic
  • assess the speed difference between yourself and oncoming traffic
As the situation can change you may need to keep following the above routine until you are 100% happy it is safe to overtake. If you are overtaking a cyclist give them plenty of room and where you are approaching horse riders slow down well in advance passing by without frightening the horses.                        



M-S-M Routine - when you overtake

Mirrors- re-assess the situation behind as well as interior and right door mirrors as you are about to overtake have a quick check for any blind spots (in case someone is in the process of overtaking you).

Signal- always apply signal when ready to overtake as this will help drivers behind, the person you are overtaking and any drivers coming towards you.

Manoeuvre- pull out on a smooth line overtaking as quickly as you can so that you can get back onto the correct side of the road as early as possible. Checking mirrors to make sure you are clear of the vehicle you are overtaking so that you do not cut them up.



  • For overtaking on dual carriageways / motorways view "Dual Carriageways" as there are slight differences overtaking on multi-lane roads compared to single lane roads.
 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 10
 

Lesson Plan 10 - Roundabouts

Why Roundabouts Exist

This diagram shows the problem of having two busy roads meeting without the presence of a roundabout. The red car is finding it difficult to turn into the road on its right. (This may also lead to holding up traffic behind).Cars emerging on to the main road will also find it difficult to make progress when the road is busy.
                        
Crossroads
          
This diagram shows the benefit of having a roundabout. Now the roundabout rules apply people only need to give way to the right allowing traffic to flow much more freely. The red car that was finding it difficult before can now go around the roundabout to turn right. The yellow car will now find it easier to emerge as the vehicles on the right will be blocked by traffic crossing their path.
                        
Roundabout 1          

Rules that apply

  • Follow the M-S-M routine on approach ensuring you position in the appropriate lane in good time
  • Give way to traffic that will cross your path from your right. (You must not cause traffic on your right to change speed or direction)
  • Keep in correct lane on the roundabout
  • Apply the M-S-M routine on your exit
The following diagrams show various roundabouts which will help explain how to deal with them and which lane to take.



Lane discipline

On a standard roundabout:

Turning left (red car)

Use the left lane as it is your first exit, signal left on approach.

Turning right (Exit 3 on diagram)

Signal right on approach and use the right hand lane and stay on the inside of the roundabout until you pass the last exit that is just before your turn (Exit 2 on diagram). Check mirrors and signal left to confirm your intentions to exit the roundabout.

Following the road ahead

On a standard roundabout (as blue car on diagram) you should use the left lane and stay on the outside of the roundabout. No signal will be required on approach as it is the            second exit you require, check your mirrors and apply a left signal as you pass Exit 1.

Roundabout 2          

Following the road ahead

If the layout was as below:

Approach on the right and stay on the inside of the roundabout until you pass the first exit, then apply the M-S-M routine for leaving the roundabout (giving a left signal).

Look for lane markings

Lane Markings If you are following the road ahead on a main route (eg dual carriageway) you can often go ahead in either lane. If you approach on the left then you should stay to the left in             new road, if you take the right hand lane on approach stay on the inside of the roundabout and exit in the right hand lane in new road.

Roundabout 3          

Following the road ahead

If the layout was as below:

Approach on the left and stay on the outside of the roundabout. As the exit you are taking (blue car) is your first then you can indicate left on approach to confirm your            intentions.

Turning Right

If you are turning right (yellow car) use the right hand lane and stay on the inside of the roundabout until you pass the first exit. Then check your mirrors and apply a left            signal.

Giving Way

Although traffic can come all the way around the roundabout from Exit 1 (ahead) you will mainly have traffic to give way to only coming out of one exit - Exit 2 that intends to            turn right therefore the majority of the time they will need to approach in their right hand lane, the traffic approaching on their left should be turning left and if so you will  not need to give way.

Looking for Lane Markings

Lane MarkingsIf the lane markings show that you can use either labe following the road ahead: If you approach on the left then you should stay to the left in new road, if you take the right  hand lane on approach stay on the inside of the roundabout and exit in the right hand lane in new road.

Roundabout 4         

Lane Discipline

On this roundabout the road markings show that the left hand lane should only be used for turning left. This will normally be where the left exit is more of a main route (i.e.            city centre route or leading to a motorway).

Following the road ahead (where the left-hand lane is for turning left only)

As the markings show - you will need to use the right hand lane to follow the road ahead. Keep to the inside of the roundabout until passing the first exit. Be extra careful            until passing the first exit and as you exit in case other vehicles have followed the road ahead in the left lane, which is the case on most roundabouts.

Roundabout 5            

Following the road ahead on a dual carriageway

Lane discipline

Here you will be able to follow the road ahead in either lane. If you approach in the left hand lane stay on the outside of the roundabout and keep to the left on your exit.

Key Considerations

  • Ensure you approach in the correct lane in good time
  • Most dual carriageways are high speed roads - try to keep appropriate speed
  • Be mindful of traffic to your sides especially larger vehicles which may not stick to their lane
Lane Markings

Multi lanes

If you have three or more lanes - look for road markings for most appropriate lane to use.

Roundabout 6          

Roundabouts - Making Progress

Take opportunities to make progress when traffic to your right will be blocked - here the yellow car can emerge as the traffic opposite, which is going ahead at the roundabout, is blocking the traffic to the right.

Roundabout 7          
On this example the yellow car can take the opportunity to make progress when the blue car turning right blocks the traffic.
                        
Roundabout 8        
When the roundabout is big enough to allow enough room - if you are turning left (yellow car) and you can see traffic intends to turn right then you will not cause them to change speed or direction as you will be on the outside of the roundabout and they would be on the inside.
                        
Roundabout 9         
When vehicles are coming around the roundabout and you have not seen which junction they emerged from, you will not know which exit they are taking so will need to give way to them.
                        
Roundabout 10          

Mini Roundabouts

Mini Roundabout Sign          
When dealing with a mini roundabout the rules are just the same as a standard roundabout where you need to give way to traffic crossing your path from the right.Because junctions are closer it is easy to give way to traffic you have priority over). Follow the M-S-M routine on approach. Sometimes mini roundabouts are hard to identify early:- look out for the sign.                        

Example for taking a right turn

Priority

Here the yellow car has priority as traffic must give way to their right.



Key Points

  • When turning right ensure your signal is maintained (re-apply if it cancels) otherwise traffic may not give way to you.
  • Drive around the centre circle (large vehicles may have no choice but to drive over it).
  • When following the M-S-M routine on exit your left signal showing your intentions to leave roundabout will not always be important - apply if you have time. When turning            right your steering will take priority.
Mini Roundabout
 
 
Driving Lesson plan 11
 

Lesson Plan 11 - Dual Carriageways

Dual Carriageways

These multi-lane and mainly high speed roads which have a central reservation/barrier separating the two carriageways. There are three ways of joining a dual carriageway:                        

  • Your road may simply turn into a dual carriageway ahead
  • You may need  to join via a slip road
  • You may need to emerge directly onto a dual carriageway

Emerging - Your road turning into dual carriageway

Look out for the sign where you have a dual carriageway ahead and be aware of a likely change in speed limit. Check your mirrors well before changing speed suitable for            new road.

Dual Carriageway Sign            

Emerging from a slip road

Emerging from a slip road            
Take a note of the speed limit that applies for dual carriageways and use the slip road (also known as an acceleration lane) to build up speed to that of the traffic on the dual carriageway to make it easier to join. If the dual carriageway is not particularly busy then most traffic will travel at the maximum speed - make use of your lower gears  to build up speed quickly.

Look for a gap in the traffic and move into the left hand lane applying the M-S-M routine (always apply a right signal in good time before emerging). Try not to look too far            round over your shoulder when emerging as regular looks in the mirrors with perhaps a quick glance for blind spot will be enough to be sure it's safe to join the carriageway.You should aim to emerge without causing traffic on the carriageway to alter speed or direction.

After you have joined the carriageway

  • Check your mirrors
  • Cancel signal
  • Keep in the left lane - until you have had time to assess the traffic and conditions on the carriageway
  • Make good progress

Emerging directly onto dual carriageway

To turn left Where there is no slip road you would need to emerge as you would to turn left onto a major road - take into account the speed limit on the dual carriageway to help judge a safe gap as traffic may be approaching very fast (you must join where to do so would not cause them to change speed or direction).

To turn right When joining a dual carriageway to take a right turn you will need to cross the first carriageway before you can join the carriageway you want. This is easiest where the central reservation is deep enough to have room to protect the full length of your vehicle to enable you to emerge from one carriageway at a time. Where there is not enough room you would need to be extra careful and turn right when both carriageways have a safe enough gap for you to drive across safely.

Making progress on the dual carriageway

Where there is a specific speed limit i.e. if it was a 70mph limit then if the road was clear and the weather conditions were good then that speed would be perfectly             appropriate. Where the dual carriageway has a national speed limit the maximum speed wil be 70mph but the road may not be safe to drive at the maximum due to bends etc. so judge your speed accordingly.

Keep a safe following distance by applying the two second rule:- "Only a fool would break the two second rule". Increase this in poor weather. You should normally stay in the left hand lane for overtaking, allowing traffic to join carriageway or turning right. To make good progress you should overtake slow moving traffic when you are sure you can do so safely.

Overtaking

M-S-M routine - preparing to overtake

Mirrors - always assess the speed and position of traffic behind (someone could easily be about to overtake you). You will need to check the interior mirror  and the right hand/offside door mirror.

Signal - at this stage because we are only preparing to overtake do not apply signal.

Position - keep well back (apply the two second rule for a safe following distance). This will allow the vehicle in front to see you as well as keeping a safe distance.

Speed - keep to the same speed as the vehicle ahead and consider changing down a gear for extra power to help pass briskly when you get the chance.

Look - assess the whoile situation

  • the road conditions
  • the intentions of the driver ahead
  • any hazards (look out for signs)
As the situation can change you may need to keep following the above routine until you are 100% happy it is safe to overtake.

M-S-M routine - when you overtake

Mirrors - re-assess the situation behind as well as interior and right door mirror. As you are about to overtake have a quick look for any blind spots - just  a quick sideways glance (in case someone is in the process of overtaking you).

Signal - always apply a signal when going to overtake as this will help drivers behind and the person you are overtaking.

Manoeuvre - pull out on a smooth line overtaking as quickly as you can. Checking mirrors to make sure you are clear of the vehicle you are overtaking so that you do not cut them up. Apply a left signal and steer back gradually to the left lane unless you have other slow moving traffic, in which case pass them before moving back to the left lane.

Dealing with traffic joining the dual carriageway

You must look out for traffic that wants to join the carriageway so that you can be prepared to help them join. The main areas where you can expect traffic to join would be:

  • As you approach slip roads
  • Where there are junctions
  • Out of garages
  • Pulling out from parking areas
You will have three options to help traffic join:

  • Moving out of the left lane
  • Speeding up
  • Slowing down
The best option is to move out of the left lane. Therefore, you should be checking your mirrors well before approaching the areas where traffic may want to join, in order to be confident it is safe to switch lane.

Exiting the dual carriageway

Exit signs            
On most carriageways you will get a sign for your exit giving you at least half a mile before the junction. Try to ensure you do not leave it too late to get into the left  hand lane ready to exit.            
These countdown markers are placed at 300yds (270m) - 200yds (180m) - 100yds (90m) up to your slip road for exit. You can use these as a guide for starting the M-S-M routine.

Chevron            
Left Bend            
Look out for any signs that warn you of a sharp bend or change of direction to ensure you get your speed down in time and select the correct gear. Try not to slow down            unnecessarily on the carriageway unless your mirrors show traffic is far away in the distance. Use the slip road to reduce your speed and be careful you do not travel too fast on the new road.
   
 
 
Driving Lesson plan 12
 

Lesson Plan 12 - Turn in the Road

Why would you need to?

The road you are on may be blocked off or be a dead end (no through road). This will mean you will need to turn your car around using forward and reverse gears doing so safely and under control. Try to turn your car around in three moves, although if the road is narrow it may take you more.



Location

You will need to make sure it is safe, legal and convenient. Ensure the road is not too busy to carry out the manoeuvre. Check your road is not a one way street. Stop somewhere clear of parked cars or other obstructions to allow you plenty of room and avoid blocking people's driveways or being too close to junctions.



Camber

Take into account the camber of the road, which is a slight curve in the road, meaning that through the manoeuvre you will have a slight incline.



Beginning Manoeuvre

A-B P.O.M.

Prepare - 1st gear - biting point.

Observation - Check mirors and out of each window to ensure clear.Mainly looking out for pedestrians and oncoming traffic (look into driveways for anyone coming out of their houses).

Move - No signal is required as this will only confuse people  of your intentions. You need your car moving slowly when doing any manoeuvre, so try driving with the car just at or near the biting point to control speed. Steer briskly aiming for full lock to the right (try to steer whilst on the move - not dry steering). Just before you reach the kerb steer briskly to the left so you won't need as much steering on the reverse. Stop, relax, apply handbrake, select neutral.

Turn in the road            

B-C P.O.M.

Prepare - Select reverse gear and find the biting point (you will normally be on a slight incline due to camber of road).

Observation - Check mirrors and out of each window to ensure clear. Do not forget back window!) Mainly looking out for pedestrians and oncoming traffic. Look into driveways for anyone coming out of their houses.

Move - When clear reverse slowly (clutch at or near biting point). Normally you will be moving up a slight incline and then back down as you approach the kerb on the other side - so watch your speed. Steer briskly to the left aiming for full lock and if you can, steer briskly to the right before you stop close to the kerb. Stop, relax, apply handbrake, select neutral.



C-D P.O.M.

Prepare - 1st gear - biting point.

Observation - Look all around again, check up and down the road for pedestrians and oncoming traffic (allow them to pass, but do not wave them on).

Move - Move slowly, steering enough to the right to drive up the road in your normal driving position. If you think you are going to hit the kerb - stop, apply handbrake and use the P.O.M. routine to reverse again before moving forward.

 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 13
 

Lesson Plan 13 - Reverse into a Bay

Point of Turn (P.O.T.)

Work out your P.O.T. (highlighted on diagram) by practising in a quiet car park - most bays are a standard width leaving about one foot each side of your car when parked            centrally, although the size may vary, meaning you would need to adjust your point of turn (for example make it earlier for a narrower bay).

Parking               



What happens on the driving test?

You will normally get the opportunity to reverse into a bay reserved for test candidates in the test centre car park ready for your test. You may be requested to do this            exercise at the beginning of the test or on the way back into the test centre after your drive. You will need to position your car where possible ready to reverse into a bay at a 90 degree angle as shown in the diagram. If at any time during the manoeuvre vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists approach, allow them to pass but do not wave them on.



Carrying out the manoeuvre

Pull out from your bay into the starting position shown (if you are carrying out the manoeuvre at the end of the test stop directly in the position shown for starting            position).

Prepare - Select reverse gear and find the biting piont.

Observation - Check mirrors and out of each window to ensure it is clear before moving. Mainly looking out for pedestrians and oncoming traffic. Remember as it is a car park more pedestrians will be around than normal.

Move - You need your car moving slowly when doing any manoeuvre, so try driving with the car just at or near the biting point to control speed, whilst keeping constant observation (mainly over your left shoulder out of rear window). When you reach your point of turn apply full lock to your left (when reversing into a bay on your left as above) or apply full lock to the right if the bay is on your right.

Keep car moving slowly checking out of your door window as your car swings out as you steer. When you have straightened up (your car should be parallel to lines) look back over your left shoulder out of rear window as you reverse.



Helpful tip

It is advisable to open your door after parking to check you are within the lines. If not, then you should pull out and correct it maintaining good observation including back            window when reversing backin.

 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 14
 

Lesson Plan 14 - Parallel Parking

Reverse Parking / Parallel Parking

Why Reverse?

It is easier to manoeuvre your vehicle when reversing into a parking space and you will need much less space than if driving forwards.

Where?

Choose somewhere safe, legal and convenient. Do not park where your vehicle will make it awkward for other road users to pass. Do not park where it would be illegal i.e. on yellow lines or zig zag markings. Be particularly mindful of pedestrians before reversing, especially children who are more likely to step out behind your vehicle.

Practising

You should practise with just one car until you have gained experience before reversing in between parked cars.

Pedestrians

Be prepared to stop when pedestrians are around and continue when safe.

What happens on the driving test?

You will be asked to pull up and stop next to the kerb a short distance behind a parked vehicle that you will use for the exercise. You will normally carry out the manoeuvre with just one car rather than in between two parked cars. You should aim to reverse behind the target vehicle taking up no more than two car lengths  and ending up as close as possible to the kerb with wheels straight.

Start position on test

Move off from behind target vehicle and stop parallel to the parked car about a car door clear and with the front of your car slightly beyond the parked car as on diagram below. When stopping follow the M-S-M routine and apply the left signal if you think anyone will benefit. When you stop, apply your handbrake and keep your brake lights showing until selecting reverse gear to confirm your intentions.                        

Parallel Parking            

Beginning the manoeuvre

Using the P.O.M. routine at each point Prepare, Observation, Move.

To control speed try having the clutch pedal just at or near the bite, and take into account any slopes including the camber of the road which may affect your speed. You may find it easier to turn slightly in your seat to  help with observations out of the rear window.

Observations

Check all round to make sure it is clear to begin manoeuvre.

Oncoming traffic - cyclists and pedestrians would have priority, check driveways and other parked cars to see if anyone is about to pull out. Look over your left shoulder as you reverse.

Steering

Steer in a straight line until the rear of your car is level with the bumper of the target vehicle - you can turn when you see the end of the target vehicle in your rear side window. Steer at least one full turn to the left.

Parallel Parking            

Observations

Before turning your wheel check ahead for oncoming traffic as the front of your car will swing out as you turn (stop if necessary). As the front swings out check over your right shoulder for oncoming vehicles/pedestrians etc. (stop if necessary). This is the point where you create the greatest hazard to other road users.  

Steering

At the point where you are approximately 45 degrees as on the diagram - steer to the right until your wheels  are straight (if you gave one full turn to the left then one full turn to the right will straighten the  wheels). Reverse back in a straight line very slowly and turn briskly to the right before hitting the kerb until the car is straight. When your car is almost parallel to the kerb steer to the left to straighten the wheels. Ensure observations are made if more moves are needed to park.

 
 
 
Driving Lesson Plan 15
 

Lesson Plan 15 - Reverse around a Corner

Reversing into a road on the left

Why would you need to?

The road you are on may be blocked off or be a dead end (no through road). There may not be enough space to turn your vehicle around in the road, therefore you may need to reverse into a side road to be able to continue your journey.



Location

You must ensure it is safe, legal and convenient. This will include checking up the side road that it is safe to reverse into - check it is clear of parked cars, pedestrians etc. Do not reverse onto a main road or where there is a no entry sign. Choose somewhere quiet for practising and avoid continuous attempts at the same location.



On the driving test

The examiner will ask you to stop before a side road on the left. You will be required to reverse into the road on your left doing so safely and under control, keeping            reasonably close to the kerb. Carrying out the manoeuvre safely will include constant observation at each stage, particularly for oncoming traffic and pedestrians who will have priority over you.

Under full control will mainly be ensuring the speed is kept low and the steering is correct throughout. To keep the speed low try reversing with the clutch pedal just at or near the biting point. Take into account any slopes including the camber of the road so that the car does not run away from you. Avoid hitting the kerb.



Reverse around a corner            

Getting ready

Stop your vehicle reasonably close to the kerb - about a foot away. You may find it easier to turn slightly in your seat to make observations out of the rear window easier.

Carrying out the manoeuvre P.O.M.

Prepare - Select reverse gear, set the gas and bring clutch pedal to biting point.

Observations - Check all round for pedestrians and approaching traffic - including checking people's driveways.

Move - Reverse slowly facing over your left shoulder out of the rear window.

Observations

At the point you start turning into the side road you create the greatest hazard - make sure you check over your right shoulder for anything approaching (if necessary stop your car and continue when safe).

Observations

As you continue reversing by checking over your left shoulder out of the rear window, you can have the occasional glance in your nearside (left) mirror to assess how close             and parallel to the kerb you are, but try to maintain good observations all round out of the windows.

 
 


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